It's Larry and his brother Darryl and his other brother Darryl. Great photo!Your Friend, Deborah
Great pictures! Gerry
A mother's work is never done! Delightful photos!
When she pushes them all out....I hope they have a soft landing! Isn't just awesome to watch?!
I hope when she pushes them out, they have a soft landing! Isn't it just so awesome to watch!?
I just love family pics.
Cute!Great pictures!I love watching and listening to baby birds.
awesome pictures! must sound awful pretty with all those birdies!
LOL at Deborah! Are these Starlings?
Love this series of photos that capture a piece of wildlife most of us miss. It will get crowded and they will fly away. *grins*
Fabulous photos! I feel blessed to get to see them!
I tried so hard to get a picture of our robin feeding the baby that was on the ground in my garden...never did get it! Good pictures...I love those mouths on the babies. They open their mouths and their heads disappear! Cute birds, good pics!
Three "really" is a crowd...lol!!!Enjoy
That is so adorable, nature at its best!Diane
Kathy, I've already started worrying about the time when the little guys will be learning to fly. Their nest is directly over our cement patio. I hope their parents are good flight instructors!Parsley, The birds are barn swallows.
I must say - those are great pictures. Much better to look at on your blog than under the eaves of my barn!
Are you sure they are eating? They look like they are singing to me!!!
When that third one showed up, the mama said I need a break. A very cute bird post. They seem to find ways to take care of their little ones.
Barn swallows are among my favorite birds; they are very graceful and eat mosquitoes, among their many charms. Thanks for these photos.
Adorable! And you have a front row seat! I have a nest of hose finches on my front porch, just eggs right now. I'm hoping they stick it out what with all the comings and goings at our front door!Liz
Don't you just love the baby churping and peeping? So cute!
Yes.........a mother's love. Thank you for visiting me today. Love you, Mollye