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Feed Me! Feed Me! Baby Barn Swallows

Barn swallows (Hirundo rustica). Taken at the The Wilds, the largest conservation center in North America, near Cumberland, OH USA - 2010. Canon Rebel XT. Copyright: Photographer Laurel Talabere

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Sharon Gonzalez 13 Aug 2010

PERFECT!!! VERY AWESOME PHOTOS, LAUREL. DARLINGS.

Artist Reply: Hi Sharon, Many thanks for your wonderful comments. Hope Frank continues to do better. Take care, Laurel

Stefani Wehner 12 Aug 2010

I adoooore these cute captures, Laurel!

Artist Reply: Hi Stefani, Thanks for taking a look and commenting. It was a non-stop feeding frenzy. I don't know how the mother bird kept it up all day!! I was so pleased to be this close to the nest. Take care, Laurel

Olga van Dijk 12 Aug 2010

awesome shots Laurel! --Love and Light, OLGA

Artist Reply: Hi Olga, Thanks so much for commenting. I was thrilled to be able to get such a closeup of this super cute birds. Take care, Laurel

Warren Ballard 12 Aug 2010

Excellent captures.

Artist Reply: Hi Warren, Thanks for commenting. It's really a great photo opportunity which you can get this close to a bird's nest!! Take care, Laurel

Joan Wulff 12 Aug 2010

Great photo!

Artist Reply: Hi Joan, Thanks for your comment. It was quite amazing. The next was right over the doorway to a building that had a lot of people traffic. But the mother bird didn't seem to mind. Take care, Laurel