Flitty, Twitty, and Itty Bitty

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The Tippin's house has also been home to foreign students, relatives, college students, and a missionary kid. I think story writing fits me better. If God cares about baby birdies we can be sure He cares about each of us, too! Papa, Mama, Flitty, Twitty, and little Itty Bitty find out God is watching over them and their family when trouble "blows" their way WestBow Press Bolero Ozon.

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Does anyone really care what happens to baby birdies? The timing feels late, but probably is about right. I read somewhere that the colorful birds are stalled out here in Texas because it is still cold in their destinations. Can you guess what this is? There is a small tree directly between the concrete pad and the outside trail of the sanctuary. It stands in the middle of masses of dewberries and brambles and is a great stopping place for the birds.

We puzzled over this one for a long time; and finally that long sharp bill gave it away as either a female Baltimore Oriole or female Orchard Oriole , but not a little warbler. We followed a small group of Baltimore Oriole across the street and found where they landed on a small tree in someone's yard.

We were right next to the Historical Marker and then the birds flew on to the backyard and this fantastic bare bush with sunflowers in the distance.


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The vacant lots around the sanctuary are full of golden flowers; I even saw a young gal sitting in the field posing for a photo by her boyfriend. Hope she didn't get chiggers.

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The Hooded Warblers were abundant. People have laughed this year oh, just another Hoodie , but they are all over the ground and seem quite acclimated to humans. This male was in the brush at the front of the sanctuary; I was set up on the edge of the road near the ditch where the Least Bittern had charmed us last time. In all those same brambles and brush I followed this beautiful Chestnut-sided Warble r trying to get a clear shot. They are such tiny things.

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Maybe this one flew up the coast instead of over the Gulf of Mexico, but he has a long way to go yet. I saw a Black-and-White Warbler while following this one around, but no luck. That dropped me down to mm for the rest of the day. Tennessee Warbler tries something new!

I wished I had the extra reach when I saw this Tennessee Warbler on the orange. He wasn't very close and I was afraid I would spook him if I moved closer.

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It is the same bird on the lead-in photo; who knew the little guys would eat grocery store fruit? The oranges are favorites of the Orioles and the Grackles like them as well.

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He couldn't reach it at first and hopped back and forth trying to get a good angle. Finally, standing on your food seemed like a good idea.

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Not all the migrants are so tiny. This is a Gray-cheeked Thrush ; I had to rely on the binocular birders for that identification. A little smaller than a Robin, and it breeds way up in the Arctic Tundra aka Canada so it is not commonly seen in the USA except during migration. A Gray Catbird landed on a low branch and then walked around on the trail for a while. I was going to try to get low, but he decided to fly at that moment.