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Saludos ╰☆❤JossetteD❤☆╮

WOW! Una Espectacular Fotografía de este Inolvidable y Muy Bello Momento...!!!

Preciosa Imagen...!!!


Reciba un Cordial Saludo desde Caracas - Venezuela...!!!

What a great view! I like it! Best regards, Christian


Thank you for uour kind comment and like Antonio.

Best regards, Rosa

:-)) a day on the beach :-)))


warm greetings aNNa*

Schön Frank meine beste Wünsche - Viktoria

pekné farby


S priateľským pozdravom zo Slovenska, Filip - panoramio | youtube | blog | google+

Thank you Jolanda for the L&F and comment. I think that most folks will agree with you about not wanting these bird houses with cages in our gardens. Part of the reason I had a hard time finding info about these caged houses is that bird houses are very popular and there are so many being shown online that weeding through them all to find the info on these ugly unpopular ones was difficult. I have only seen these in parks, but even using that info in my search wasn't much help in finding info about these, because not all parks use them. I think it comes down to which birds they are trying to help. This is clearly a purple martin bird house and the others I have seen with the cages are for our native bluebirds. Both the purple martins and the bluebirds are under pressure from non-native bird populations. I don't know much about purple martins, in fact I don't believe I've ever even seen one here in Virginia, but they are supposedly here. However bluebirds I do see. They stay in the woods around my house but seldom ever come to my feeders or use any of the seven bird houses near my house apparently because of the house sparrows. The bluebirds are under pressure from the non-native house sparrows who push them out of their nests and destroy the bluebirds eggs. So even though these caged bird houses do little to prevent the house sparrow problems they do keep away owls, hawks, racoons, squirrels and house cats. Any advantage that can be given to these stressed native bird species seems to be welcomed by the parks people. If anyone is interested.... I keep my bird photos at another photo site and they can be seen here -

Reinecke Fuchs! Ein tolles Foto, wie nah bist du herangekommen Frank?

Gruß von Ronny

Very nice view. Like. Greetings Henk.

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