Sunday, July 11, 2010

A House Wren's unquiet domesticity

We found a nest hole in the side of the cabin we're staying in this weekend at the YMCA Snow Mountain camp in the Rockies of Colorado. The hole turned out to be occupied, unsurprisingly, by House Wrens. I got this series of images in the afternoon - and the birds were not amused! I hope I didn't disturb their domestic life too much in trying to capture these portraits.

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