F/6.3, 1/125, ISO 1600.
Day 126 / 365
That is one bird that doesn’t care about their young ones.
Interesting Fact: Brown-headed cowbirds are brood parasites. They deposit their eggs in nests belonging to birds of other species. Some of the birds they parasitize remove the eggs from their nests or cover them with new nest material so that they are not incubated. ( http://identify.whatbird.com/obj/107/overview/Brown-headed_Cowbird.aspx )
Thanks. I’m enjoying this series with the factual top up! Regards thom.
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The bird should be called the politician!
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Love the soft natural colors. Beautiful!
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Like our cuckoo
Yes exactly. 🙂
Was just going to say the same as derrick….cuckoos are mean as!!!
I guess there’s few different birds kinds that do that. I appreciate you stopping by and checking out my work. 🙂
So sad. I know a few parents like that as well.
It is very sad. 😦 thank you for stopping by. 🙂
great shot with the soft backdrop & she/it has a pretty purple black colour; I guess its chicks do not give her anything for Mother’s Day though! 🙂
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One year, I watched a pair of House Sparrows raise an unusually large chick. It grew up to be a Cowbird.
Oh wow that is really cool that you witness that. Thank you for sharing that experience with us. Thank you for stopping by and checking out my work. 🙂