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Buttercup roof birdnest


Not to be confused with its well-known cousin the Bluebird of Happiness which nests in hedgerows, the Red-Beaked Oopsfix builds it's nest from paperclay and crushed oregano, camouflaging badly cut shingles, thus ensuring its nest will not be disturbed.

From the album:

The Hannah-Wells House

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The more birds the merrier. The picture frame idea isn't mine; I read about it in the instructions for using Paint; it's tedious but it works.

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