Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Chickadee Gallows

Recently the boys raised a ruckus in the backyard. 
 The cause of the commotion was their discovery of an unfortunate chickadee that had hung itself on a tendril gallows.
 Actually, it was a fortunate chickadee because the hanging occurred in our backyard where we could free it.
We don't miss much on our half acre.
How many chickadees hang on tendril gallows out there, in the bush, far from helping hands?

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad you were there to save him.

    I once rescued a young robin that was tangled in the strings around my garden veggies.

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