Cheep, cheep back to you!
That's a real fixer-upper!
That's what happens when a bird uses shoddy material to built a home. The Mrs must be very upset....and the kids have to leave home sooner...Hugs,JB
Dang, we hate it when that happens!
Wow. Talk about using the building materials that are available! :)
Rats, I forgot it was Wednesday and I already did my post. I've just started to set up some Wild Bird Wednesday posts because it looks like so much fun. Oh well...next week....if I remember.
Oh, dear! It's nests like that which make us end up having to make trips to the wildlife hospital with babies!
Shoddy craftsmanship, esp for wind resistance!Faythe@ GMT
They didn't put a lot of effort into that. I put yarn out for ours so some must have very colorful nests. :)
You are the queen of innuendo here (well kinda!) Love it.
Ahhh, poor birdies! Oh well... I guess it's time for a new home. Have a fabulous 4th and thanks for linking up!Happy Birthday, America #WW
What happened to the bird?
Maybe the next effort will be better... :)
Those birds aren't as clever as cats - who just wait around for the staff to fix up the perfect living quarters!
Uh oh - poor birdies. All that work, and now they will have to do it again. Hopefully they will have learned the lesson. Happy July 4th!
We sure hope that was abandoned by the birdies and not a nest that was found by some critter when it was still occupied. The nest that the Robins have in our carport are always refurbished the next year by the new (or returning) occupants. Have a great holiday weekend. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo
uh oh! someone is not a DIY expert!! LOLpoor birdies -- all it needs is a little duct tape. :)