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Nest building by Michaela Sagatova (My mom always told me.."Pound for pound..there is no bird that will out sing a little wren" Mom called them.."Jenny Wren" They work together building the nest and then feeding their babies..I love them~

Yellow Warbler -- North America has more than 50 species of warblers, but few combine brilliant color and easy viewing quite like the Yellow Warbler. In summer, the buttery yellow males sing their sweet whistled song from willows, wet thickets, and roadsides across almost all of North America. The females and immatures aren’t as bright, and lack the male’s rich chestnut streaking, but their overall warm yellow tones, unmarked faces, and prominent black eyes help pick them out.

Little Wren, Third smallest bird in the uk, but probably one of the loudest. Wonderful.

~♡I thank God for these berries♡~ long tailed tit - photo by m.geven

Wren--Wrens are small and inconspicuous birds, except for their loud songs. They have short wings and a thin down-turned bill. There are about 80 species worldwide with one in Britain.

Wren gives you the ability to adapt, become resourceful and use what is available. Wrens are noisy and sound louder than their size, overflowing with confidence, fearless and bold. They will take on birds much larger in size. When Wren appears, ask: Am I using all the resources available to me? Am I displaying confidence? Am I living life to the fullest? Ask Wren for help with these matters.

Quetza~ Bird: only Montezuma could wear it's beautiful feathers. It would be a death sentence for anyone else to catch and kill this bird.

Burung Prenjak Perenjak - Prinia Familiaris - Sylviidae - bar-winged Prinia Location : Jakarta - Indonesia

Robin by wilsonaxpe on Flickr.