YORBA LINDA BACKYARD BIRDERS ---
Western Bluebird (female) gathering meal worms for its nest brood. In my bird blog below, if you'd like to hear a particular bird's song, just click on the link for that particular bird within the post. To enlarge a picture, just click on it once. For my very first, special bluebird experience, visit 2012-May 12th-Saturday. Thank you for visiting and from this day forward, may all your blues be bluebirds. Happy Birding! ~Olivia
Backyard Birders are typically very selective about who trims their big trees. Birds love a good tree trim and we Birders enjoy our trees occupied with nests come nesting season. We had an excellent tree trimming experience with the trim of our 10, 50 year old pine trees. The trimming was professional. Jerry gave excellent customer service; They cleaned up our yard, roof, sidewalks and Jerry even checked with the neighbors on both sides to make sure any debris was cleaned away to their satisfaction. They were happy also. I would definitely hire Vargas Tree Trimming Service again. Ask for Jerry.
She discovered this bird's nest in her front yard rose bush. She kindly set up a protective covering for the newly born and mother bird to keep them protected from the rain that day. YAY DAVY! Scroll down to see these baby birds progressive growth. We are still trying to identify these birds. It could be a Bell's Vireo, but don't know for sure. We will post it when a correct identity is determined. Happy Birding!
Eggs in front yard rose bush nest
(Identification - not sure yet) 4/9/2016
Just hatched (Not sure what kind of bird?) 4/10/2016
Housing to protect mother bird and newborns from the recent rain.
Mother bird on her rose bush nest
Does anyone know what type of bird this is?
Mother sitting on chicks. She is so cute!
4/16/2016 - Hungry Babies
The baby birds are almost ready to fledge from their little nest.
Great job with the pictures Davy. You've been a good birdie Mom.
Davy is an Empty Nester!
All the babies successfully took flight.
So happy you could share this experience with us. Sometimes birds return to their nesting spot, so maybe they'll come again same time next year .