She has an excuse though, as molt and a brutal summer of heat took its toll, as she raised her clutches.
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17 thoughts on “We Both Look Ragged”
They always look so ragged during molt, but they sure renew themselves splendidly!
I hope they can after this season of such awful heat. I cannot wait to see how many babies made it this year when they pose again in my snow-covered apple tree.
Yes ! the poor birds and other animals are suffering with this heat. It’s so hot here today 30 deg . but at least they can shelter under the trees.
Yes so true but here in my town we plant then large landowners sell out and every tree is leveled 😦 stay safe in the heat. xo
I love the detail you got on the feathers. (I’m looking a little ragged myself.)
lol it has been a rough 3-year stretch for sure. If I hold my camera perfectly still, I can do much better 🙂
Beautiful details. I don’t think I’ve ever commented, hope it’s ok.
Sure is and thanks for stopping by.
Good picture. Moulting bird always look very sad.
I agree I took more today it has to be awful where temps are in the 100’s day after day glad fall is upon us but with cold coming in fast for a few nights I worry they will not have enough protection then I remind myself of bluebird baths in the dead of winter brrr
Great capture 🥰
You are most welcome
The summer here was enough to make anyone feel ragged! LOL! It’s a lovely shot. She’ll be as good as new in a few weeks. 😉
I know right 😉 I am blessed to have so many call my place home, so they are arriving in all kinds of condition.
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