The BIRD D’pot
hang on, sloopy! sloopy hang on! 🙂
Amazing agility these little birds have.
I think this one is doing sit-ups, Pat 🙂
Have a Beautiful Weekend!
“You look like you’re upside-down! No wait, it’s me!” “I’ll do anything for rice crispy treats!” So cute, I wish I could do that.
LOL! That’s awesome!
A cute little acrobat!
They make upside down look easy! Great capture! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy day!
Oh my….comical. But sill….it’s a gorgeous bird.
Hope you share this link at the Bird D’Pot. Other bird enthusiasts will enjoy it I’m sure.
Thanks for sharing this link with all the bird enthusiasts at I’d Rather B Birdin’
Life is tough.
Even a bird needs to try every way for survival.
I’ve something just like that going on upstairs on the porch right now. You can always tell when the gang shows up (mixed flock of chickadees, white-breasted nuthatches, downy woodpeckers, and titmousies) shows up, because of the raucous noises the titmice make.
Pat, Wonderful! They sure get themselves into different positions!
Cute little bird!
What a cute little acrobat, great shot!
I love these guys! They always seem to do something to make me smile. I’m jealous of your two previous posts with the pretty finches. We don’t have many here during the breeding season and usually only see them during migration.
This little cutie has great balance.
Cute little acrobat! They sure work hard for their dinner!
Those titmice are as acrobatic as the squirrels. What a cute capture!! 🙂
The Titmouse is hanging by its legs, mighty fine image Pat.
I wish I could do that without being dizzy. 🙂
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