my Gooood,what a cute little one(and brave as well,to come so close to you and pose:)).But I can see ''the restaurant was open'':))It might be ''Certhia Familiaris''(''træløber'',is named in danish,but i don't know the english name,but the latin name it might help you:))
I will look that up! Thanks. Yes the "kitchen is open" ha ha
Nice work. I came across your blog while “blog surfing” using the Next Blog button on the blue Nav Bar located at the top of my blogger.com site. I frequently just travel around looking for other blogs which exist on the Internet, and the various, creative ways in which people express themselves. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful photographs! I just came across your blog post because I saw a similar bird in my back yard and I was trying to identify it. I think yours may be a House Wren.
what kind of bird is it
I am in North Central Texas and I also think that this is a House Wren. Here they nest in anything that is on or close to the house. Hanging flower baskets are favorite spots. My husband wanted to display his father and grandfathers coalmining hard hats and hung them on the wall under the porch for his workshop. It took no time and the little brown wrens had moved in. There is a little gentleman at our local flea market that is making a killing off of little bird houses made out of old wood fence boards and attached to a stake that when hammered into the flower bed close to the house are a perfect home for little brown house wrens. I hope yours has a warm place to nest. I have also had them nest in my straw beach hat that I was still using and hung on the wall of my back porch.
I think he is the cutest thing! I love the idea of hanging a bird house nearby and enjoying him! As for now, we are too far away for this species! In the UK, where I am now, the robins are ADORABLE!Thanks for all your lovely comments!
This is a Carolina Wren.
I'm pretty sure its a Carolina Wren. I was looking to ID the same little bird in my yard. You can always verify on allaboutbirds.org.
He is a Carolina Wren! I am now in the UK and enjoying the different birds here! I did download an ap on my iPad for birding! Technology is fabulous!