Cranky Baby or Yellow-Headed Blackbird?

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32 Responses to Cranky Baby or Yellow-Headed Blackbird?

  1. kowkla123 says:

    beste Grüße, Klaus

  2. beeblu says:

    Beautiful bird in block colours.

  3. kowkla123 says:

    echt süß, alles Gute für dich, Klaus

  4. The Emu says:

    I have never seen such beautiful yellow necked birds Monica.
    They are extraordinary with that coloring.
    Enjoyable delightful pictures Monica, thank you for sharing

  5. kowkla123 says:

    wünsche dir alles Gute, Klaus

  6. beeblu says:

    PS – On another note, I think you will enjoy Cynthia Jobin’s poetry at this blog: http://littleoldladywho.net/

  7. kowkla123 says:

    schöne Woche, Klaus

  8. kowkla123 says:

    alles Gute, Klaus

  9. kowkla123 says:

    Liebe Monika, schönes Wochenende, Klaus

  10. kowkla123 says:

    Schönen Sommeranfang, schönen Sonntag, Klaus

  11. SandySays1 says:

    Wow – spectacular pics. Makes the baby herons on my post pale in comparison.

  12. beeblu says:

    How is your dear Bella, Monica?

    • Monica says:

      Oh, dear Bluebee, we lost her to pneumonia this Thursday the 16th. One lung partially collapsed during anesthesia and did not re-inflate. The surgeon had lifted the spine off the compressed nerve, and she walked without assistance around the critical care unit the morning she died. Her litter mate and I were with her. She gave me a smile at the end. Life is tough. Thank you so much for asking.

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