Texture used – kk_chase
Wild Bird Wednesday
What happened? The missus three him out?!
typo: threw instead of three
scruffy looking tot!
What a capture! I don’t think I’ve ever seen one this young.
He is so precious! Amazing how big the babies are. We have a few in our yard lately, too. Haven’t been able to capture them with my camera yet. Nice shot.
Oh, how cute!! I love blue jays (including the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team! Go, Jays!).
How cute. He will be quite a handsome one when all his feathers come in!
Fantastic capture! I have a scrub jay family in my garden – unfortunately one baby was taken by a hawk, but the other one is still around. It amazes me how fast they get big!
Oh he is so cute and a wonderful capture.
Very cute baby! Have a happy day!
So schön ❤
Schöne Aufnahme, herrliche blaue Federn, so hübsch ist der kleine Vogel.
Das wäre doch auch ein link wert zu der Fotoaktion von Sally
A pretty touch to the Jay!…:)JP
sweet capture! 🙂
“I’ll feel better when the new coat fits!”. Lovely shot Pat.
So vulnerable! Great shot, Pat.
Great capture!! Boom, Bobbi, and Gary.
“Oh , grandma.”
fantastic photo – I’ve seen anything like it before.
Awwwww, I just love this stage, when their feathers are all “crazy” like that. 🙂
Awww. So cute!
Great zoomed in photo, looks great with the texture. Do they squawk like their parents?
Very scruffy looking baby – but very cute!
Pat, so cute! And it’s going to grow up to be so handsome!
What a cutie!
Awwww! Such a sweet baby!
A little fluff ball.
Very cool shot!
What a cutie, so fluffed up.
Oh my – so adorable!
Such a great photo. I LOVE it..
He’s so cute!
Wow, what a GORGEOUS picture of Brown-headed Cowbird!!! I was amazed to see the enlarged picture♡♡♡
So sorry for my a bit late comment, I was a little busy but catching up♪♪♪
Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
How cute it is! And well photographed!
We don’t have these birds here in Sweden.
I think they are nice to look at!
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