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six word saturday – tweeting



The birds are starting their chirping and tweeting earlier and earlier these days and seem to have been particularly loud this week, although I suppose that is a feature of A) the mornings getting lighter and lighter and B) the fact that we have two lots of sparrows nesting in the eaves above the bedroom window and I am pretty sure I have seen some fledglings already.  I have noticed that the birds start before it gets light, tweet for an hour or so and then go silent again for a while.  Perhaps they are exhausted from the early start and need to go back to bed for a rest.

photo credit: bto.org

photo credit: bto.org


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21 thoughts on “six word saturday – tweeting

  1. Oh, I’m longing for that serenade!

  2. The singing birds are such a blessing after such a harsh winter!

  3. I’ve started to close the bedroom window but it doesn’t help much, Elaine 🙂

  4. I’m hearing them and seeing them every now and then but gee whiz it’s 9 degrees here right now. Not a spring like weather to me.

  5. It is another beautiful sign of spring arriving!

  6. I am glad to see and hear the birds. They have been silent for a long time.

  7. Elaine, you’re right! They are more vocal this year… I’ve noticed that! Fabulous!

  8. With that title I was thinking that you were going to say “Twitter Is My New Best Friend.”

  9. I don’t mind the sound of birds tweeting in the morning but I have a couple of cooing pigeons outside my bedroom that are driving me bonkers!!

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