He definitely looks as though he was having a bad hair day!Glad he figured it out. Week-end blessings to you, too.
You have a very special garden!I'm glad to know this little one succeed!Have a good weekens Catherine! ;-)
love that second shot!! i'm glad there was a happy ending!
I'm glad the little crow and Mom figured it all out! Happy weekend to you!
i have not seen a baby crow, he is PINK and pretty cute, love his little attitude
Good thing, my husband brought home a baby Raven once, we had to feed that bird a 1/2 pound of ground beef a day, if you scroll down on my blog there is a picture of Zinc with his daddy. We got rid of it when he started to fly, too much droppings everywhere and he started to land on my sons head when he'd get out of the school bus after school.
Bad hair day indeed (first comment). LOL.Actually, none of us has seen a baby crow up close...Uh, not so tasty looking, actually. :-P
Goodness...such a difficult journey for such a wee thing. I am pleased to know that baby found the way back to Mama. There is truly no place like home!Wishing you a happy weekend Catherine!Warmly,xo Jusy
Now Banjo should have been out there! lol Great photos Catherine, lovely and sharp. Just love the second one, he looks so grumpy! Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs Anesha
I will pass this on to HOB. He will be so happy!
figured he could always move in with pete until he learned how to fly...
awww, poor lil guy/gal. looks like he/she has a reverse mohawk! lOl =)
Maybe he was mad that Banjo didn't come out and play! :) Glad he made it back to his momma though!
Oh so sweet...happy weekend......love from me....xxx....
Second picture - are those eyelashes? First Prize!!!!!!!!!!xxxxxx
I love the name of your blog...and what a beauty of a kitty kat,,,Banjo...looks like someone painted eyeliner on those beautiful eyes....you show some fabulous photography here on your blog too!
I like a happy ending :-)
You are able to get some really great pictures in your neck of the woods. I love Banjo's rainbow moment. Our Jingles does the same thing on the balcony when it is a nice, sunny, not too hot kinda day! :/ Have a good weekend. Tammy
I Love crows, even this little grumpy one, maybe especially this one. So glad he and mama found each other again.
Crows are said to be very smart... I see that's true as your new-found friend struck a perfect pose to have her picture taken.Have a wonderful weekend Cat!Susan x
That was a grumpy face.
Such cute photos.. I do hope you have a happy weekend also.. Hugs, Linda
He did look MEAN there for a minute. Have a good weekend.
I love happy endings. :)
LOL too cute with his little frown ;)Baby birds are so comical looking ♥Have a great weekend!!*hugs*deb
Glad the baby Crow made it back to Mama/Papa..... I always worry about the baby birds when they first fledge...Hugs,Betsy
Aw, another happy ending! I do love your shots of this baby bird...so sweet!
Sweeeet! He is such a cutie! Glad he made it back to Mama!
How cute!! I was always kind of scared of crow, but this baby is just so adorable!! I'm glad he made it back to his mom :-)
No wonder he looks so grumpy :-) Very happy he made it back to Mama. Dear little thing!!xo
I had to show the pictures to my husband, he loves crows. I would have to say that the baby crow has a face that only a mother could love :)
I had a little guy just like this ... so hard to leave them alone but I understand parents keep feeding and caring from them, even on the ground!Love the happy ending!
These little guys leave the nest really early and unless you see one, you don't realize how helpless they are. Baby birds leave the nest and the parents attend to them on the ground for at least another week--you must have just caught them during that week's time.Incredible how vulnerable they are and yet they survive! HOORAY!!
Babies are so finicky and funny : )Hope you had a lovely weekend!
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