They have to be female with mouths that large!!! Haha, what lovely pics Kat.
Oh my gosh! What terrific photos, Kathleen! Especially the one with the two youngsters peeking out! What kind of camera and lens are you using? Is the nesting box close to your home? How lucky you are to be able to witness these splendid moments!!
Hi Caroline, the camera is a Nikon D40 and the lens is a Nikon AFS Nikkor 55-200mm. The nesting box is right in my backyard and it's been a lot of fun to see the wren parents going in and out to feed the babies.
Awwww they are so cute!! I love wrens!Hugs, Sarah
Hi Kathleen,Cool pix! We just had a litter of wrens leave a birdhouse in the backyard. Me and Banjo (and I think mom too), are glad to see them gone. The parents were so noisy! Every time we got close to the birdhouse, the parents would start this annoying chirping and just would not shut up. Mom moved the birdhouse after the chicks flew away so they didn't start making more babies. Now they have to go do it in the front yard!Wags & wiggles,Bijou
Lol, Bijou! Yes, the parents do chirp a lot if Cloud or I get close. I don't mind too much because I love it when they sing. :-)
You take some great photos! Thanks for the comment on my blog...your sweet! Happy 4th!
I love the photos! I can't wait until my wren's have babies:)
Great photos Kat! Demanding lil' things aren't they?!?
so sweet! i have bluebirds nesting in my birdhouse, but they are sneaky things and i have not been successful at getting their photos...excellent pics!
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