Wild Bird Wednesday
The BIRD D’pot
So niedlich 🙂
Hi! The bird is very cute. Thanks for sharing.
So cute! The nuts look way too big for him!
Awwwwwwwww, such a sweet, sweet portrait!!! And thanks for sharing this link over at I’d Rather b Birdin’
I’d like to invite you to Hootin’ Anni’s to view a special post of nature’s thrilling day for me.
That is so cute, Pat! Those titmice must love the goodies they get at your house.
PRECIOUS!! big eyes. big stomach. 🙂
He certainly has his beak full!
Such a sweet shot.
Such a darling shot!
You’re also a very talented photographer.
This photo is wonderful to see.
Ha, funny, they do look cute flying off with a big peanut.. Great shot! Enjoy your day!
Great photo capture. I wonder if that little bird managed to get the nut open?
Oh, now that’s sweet!
It always amazes me how those little birds can transport such a huge nut into a tree. Great photo!
Now this is quite a task for this little one!
I’ll bet he somehow conquered it though. 🙂
Very appropriate title and one very cute bird! Super captcha, Pat!
Have a Beautiful Day!
He’ll get it, they always do!! Really beautiful Igbo in this image!!
* light *
The nut is far from the bird, lovely shot.
God loves a trier. It WILL get into that nut.
That’s a beak Full! Sweet picture.
Sorry the above comment is mine. Forgot to change
Great timing. Fantastic capture!
Pat, that should be at least enough to last for the rest of the day!
I have seen them in my garden going for the peanuts too.
Is this the same one that was looking for peanuts this week? – That beak doesn’t look as if it could hold a peanut. So cute.
Great capture. It’s amazing how some of those little birds can manage those big peanuts.
Awwww. Love this capture Pat!
well, that is a big lunch I guess 🙂
Cute titmouse! We do not have them in our south Florida neighborhood, and I never got a good photo of one until this past week after arriving in Illinois.
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