A Bird in a Bush

We have a really old cherry tree in the back yard. This bird found a hole in the bottom of a lower limb of that tree and built a nest there. We cannot see the nest, but every time the bird enters with a tasty morsel (about once every two minutes) the tree limb sounds like it is singing. When I am sitting on the back deck I can hear the little tykes ‘singing’. The back deck and tree limb are about 75 feet apart. Another amazing thing is the hole is not much bigger than the bird and she has to fly to it from below. How does she hit that hole without whacking her noggin now and then? Another one of life’s mysteries. Did these birds evolve to fly with such agility or is it just an intelligently designed bird? Yeah, right!



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