Oh yes I had to look for a bit as it definitely blends in well heheh! good capture :-)Have a tweettweettastic week Kathe 👍
hahah how tweet it is indeed!
Nice capture! Do you know what that bird is? I am a beginning birder and not familiar with West Coast birds. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com
Thanks for commenting-I think it's a sparrow- not sure but maybe a White-crowned Sparrow? Check out this link- it's a great bird info site! https://www.birds.cornell.edu/home/
That bird has some good camouflage going on there.
It sure does- I almost missed it! Thanks for visiting!
He blends really well.
He does indeed! Thanks for visiting!
I just love surprises like this when downloading photos.Hugs cecilia
I actually spotted this sweetie as I was sitting in our backyard! Just had to zoom in! Thanks for commenting!
I had to bigify it to see it clearly. They blend right in. Excellent. Great shot.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Love and hugs all around. ♥
Bird camouflage is pretty tricky! I had to zoom in to capture it!
Good for us, too! Details make the difference.You are an excellent observer!Happy WW and a fine week!
Thanks Suzana! It's fun to see the details!
That little sweetie sees you looking at him!
He did indeed- but I was far enough away that he did not get ruffled! Thanks for visiting!
I would have missed it. :)
Awww maybe- and maybe not- you might have spotted it! Thanks for visiting!
The little darlings blend right in, don't they.
They sure do! Thanks for your comments!
How small that bird is and what color it matches the bark of the tree!
It truly is camouflaged!
Awesome shot of the wee bird and tree ~ XoWishing you laughter and love in your days,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Thanks Carol- have a great day every day with Angel!
the bird is a Treecreaper :) It runs up and down on tree trunks. :)
Thank you! I searched on Cornell and could not find it! I appreciate you letting me know! Have a great day!
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