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Fresno, CA about 6years ago said: What a precious, tiny baby bird! You really captured a neat shot here...
Italy about 6years ago said: Mi dispiace per la tragica fine. Foto molto dolce, trasmette tenerezza
Brasil about 6years ago said: Wonderful little baby bird...Great moment here...: )
Somewhere about 6years ago said: A much talked about little mite. Great shot.
Australia about 6years ago said: Rob, I did not mean to offend. It's a by-product of modern technology to view the most intimate and personal secrets of nature. What would we say about a news crew and camera in our nursery or bedroom?
I know that crows must eat and have their own "table manners", but we are by far the greater carnivors in every way. So, I apologize if I hurt your feelings. Somehow, dead leaves are easier to take than baby birds with an unfortunate fate.
But it is a lovely photograph with beautiful colours.
Diana Leigh from
Kent, WA USA about 6years ago said: Rob, I like the shot alot, even if the outcome wasn't so good. Mother Nature is a bit harsh sometimes.
rob barrett from
minneapolis, mn about 6years ago said: sorry, didn't mean to shock, just trying to tell more of the story. This next was on our deck and the mom and dad bird flew in and out constantly. We loved having them on our deck. Unfortunately this location didn't work out for them. We miss them.
U.S.A. about 6years ago said: I witnessed a crow flying with a baby bird in it's mouth with other crows behind and the mother bird or father bird in pursuit screaming. Terribly heartbreaking to see. But it is reality.
Canada about 6years ago said: Yes Mira, very odd indeed. And Christine has a good point as well.
India about 6years ago said: A truly odd caption for a tender baby bird on NPOD. Reminds of the daily news with all their shocking stories. ):
Australia about 6years ago said: Well Rob Barrett Jr., that little bird made it back to bird heaven, which might be a better place altogether.