26 thoughts on “The Art of Coarse Courtship

  1. Good fun. Here we are being bombarded with what my husband calls novice pilots. Every sparrow, tit and finch seems to be fledging on the same day. I even saw a wren tumbling through a shrub before grabbing a twig.

    • I used to love watching the fledglings. I recall my parents counting the baby blue tits out as they each took their maiden flight. It was an annual ritual. Such simple pleasures.

  2. A delightful combination of words and photographs in this one-act play, “Love Among The Leaves.” Did you run out of film before the grand finale? πŸ™‚

  3. Complimenti, una serie di scatti splendida che hai associato alle giuste parole, sembra proprio che stiano dialogando gli uccellini πŸ™‚
    Ciao, Patrizia

    • As long as it’s not the snake we hear, Gerard. There are a few new baby bulbuls about already. I’ll see if I can snap a few.

  4. Contrary most of the time, animal matings, eh ? Summat like us. I think I can remember back that far … [grin]

  5. That is a relationship going nowhere fast….maybe it will get somewhere slow.
    Are you nailing these beauties with your feet up whilst sipping iced tea on the veranda? πŸ™‚

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