242. Matched Pair

Mama kept leaving these two babies on my deck for hours at a time….they really kept an eye on each other and were thrilled to have mama come back each time.  I am thinking she is trying to wean them…they can fly, but not very far.  Aren’t they the cutest?

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~ by Tammy on August 30, 2011.

21 Responses to “242. Matched Pair”

  1. They fits very well as the images to the theme.

  2. Wonderful little birdies, love these pictures!

  3. Hi Tammy,
    They are cute! They look like they are about to fly away. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  4. They are just precious! So fat and fluffy! 🙂

  5. They must remind you of your own boys, just getting ready to fly the nest.

  6. The space under their beaks looks like a heart shape almost! I have never seen birds sit like that.

  7. They are so sweet…Great capture!

  8. Twins reluctant to leave and Momma spoiling them! Have we heard this before???

  9. They are the cutest! Talk about keeping an eye on one another!

  10. Awesome capture Tammy!!

  11. Two little house sparrows never looked so cute.

  12. These photos are darling!!

  13. So cute! I like the heart shape between them too.

  14. WOW!!!!
    Are they ever cute and you got a beautiful shot.

  15. Wow, such a wonderful photo. Well done!

  16. They are the cutest matched pair.

  17. So much cuteness!

  18. This could not be more precious!
    Beautiful capture!

  19. Wow, fantastic shots, these two are lovely!

  20. The expressions on the faces of these birds is so touching…wonderfully captured!

  21. They are definately the cutest!

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