September 6 2009

Unknown Bird


Anyone know what kind of bird this is?

whatkindofbird.jpg Does anyone know the species of bird this is, very cute…?

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12 Responses to “Unknown Bird”

  1. Kim says:

    It’s a tufted titmouse, we have alot of them here in Georgia.

  2. Databrokers says:

    Thanks Kim, I appreciate you letting me know. This is the first time you posted on the blog, welcome to the squirrel cam. Please, keep watching and writing.

  3. Carol says:

    Are you still in Alaska? The webcam with hummingbirds and oak trees sure looks like you’ve moved.

  4. Databrokers says:

    You guessed right Carol, we are in Burleson, Texas right outside of Fort Worth. That’s a big change isn’t it. Please, read back on the blog and you will get the history of why and where.

  5. pocoblu says:

    SIDENOTE

    Bob suggested I post the link to a video I made for him and Debbie. It is made from his pics posted over the last few months when I began following The Alaskan Squirrel Cam up until now including Permafrost, Buuba, Rodney and more including the new life in Texas. Take a few minutes to view if time allows. It includes audio so have volume up a little. Enjoy

    http://azcustomcreations.blogspot.com/2009/09/journey.html

  6. pocoblu says:

    how bad of me to mis-spell BUBBA !

  7. birder says:

    Bob,
    Great to see you are doing well. Are you thinking your decision to leave Alaska was the wisest one for you? It is fun to see you asking about a titmouse. One of my favorites.
    The raccoons here are still eating your peanut butter and molasses recipe….but to date, not one single squirrel. Take care.

  8. Crystal says:

    Pocoblu,
    I found your post to be very touching! Watching it knowing that my parents have left Alaska was petty emotional.

  9. Z from Chicago says:

    pocoblu, that’s a really nice video. Seeing Bubba, the rabbits and all the denizens of Permafrost Ranch gave my heartstrings a little tug.

  10. Kim says:

    There’s a website that I enjoy and I think you will, too. It’s” http://www.allaboutbirds.org“. I use it to help me identify the birds that visit our feeders. I’ve enjoyed the squirrel cam alot, I’m glad you’ve continued even after y’all left Alaska.

  11. dotolive says:

    I have seen those around here in Alabama too.they are fast little birds

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