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Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Can Anyone Tell Me The Species Of This Bird??


On the little chickadee feeder attached to the kitchen window. The feeder is small, the "bird" is BIG! We were amazed at the audacity of this "bird" cause David actually tapped on the window to get him off but no way, he wasn't moving an inch. Even the cats jumping at him from the window sill didn't faze him.
I wonder what species he is? My partner at work told me he was a member of the species"Fat Bastard Get Off My Feeder!"
What do you think he is?
Oh, have more progress pics of Bea, I finished that passion flower motif, another on the right side and made a nice dent in the cornocopia. :-)!!
More later, I am off to the dermatologists then to work!



13 comments:

connie said...

looks like squirrel gravy and biscuits to me..no no just kidding I think..I need to get a feeder like yours for my kitchen window..good idea..Connie

Rachel said...

Loved your post. I have no clue what the type of bird it could be but "Fat Bastard Get Off My Feeder" sounds about right!

LOL

Siobhan said...

ROFLOL!! That is too funny. He barely fits on there! LOL

Stef said...

Too funny - I can't stop laughing!!!! I don't know what kind of bird he is but those are great suction cups on that feeder!!! Thanks for the laugh!

Miss 376 said...

The squirrels here always get the better of our cats too!

Von said...

Such a strange-looking bird. :D

Congrats on completing the passion flower motif you were disliking!

Sue said...

I hate those little bast*rds. They have caused so much havoc and trashed soooo many feeders.Pretty funny post.

Brigitte said...

LOL. Nice birdie!

Giovanna said...

He really *is* fat!! He must a proper brute to be able to maintain that girth in winter, lol.

Paulette said...

LOL! I've had that same species on my birdfeeder a time or two, and they drive me nuts!! (no pun intended)

Paulette

Shelleen said...

I have seen the same species on my feeders as well. They are beautiful but a pain in the butt :-)

Jean said...

That post is riot - we have a bird feeder that is "squirrel proof" and one is so clever he can hang by one toe, open the spring loaded perch and eat the seed!

I thought the species was a "fluff tailed wingless seed thief" but I could be wrong.

Juanita said...

Hey... we have that bird at our feeders, too! LOL They're quite acrobatic.