Near the bird feeders in our back yard is a row of abelia shrubs. They make a great nesting place for brown thrashers, who like to build a home not far from the ground. This is the second clutch for the year. When the first one was there, I could hear the babies cheeping, but never could find the nest - too well hidden! Brown thrashers are related to the mockingbird and catbird. Parents take turns sitting on the eggs and feeding the babies; they are also fierce protecters of their home, giving a nearby person or animal a peck on the hand or head! The brown thrasher is native to the USA and Canada.
One of many beautiful photo artistry pieces created by me, each piece one of a kind. In situ/in context images are not to scale, for design purposes only.
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