Let's face it, I'm too lazy to get up and go to the farm before work which is why I've only posted photos of these birds sleeping. For this photo, I climbed on the fence, stood above them and shook the birdhouse trying to get them to wake up. It likely felt like an earthquake to them, but they didn't move a muscle. So frustrating, because I know I'll have to get there early in the morning if I want to capture their heads up.
I do think it's kind of neat to watch them grow and fill up that nest. There's 5 total and they're about to outgrow their home, so it won't be long before they fly away.
Any suggestions on what to do with the nest once they leave? Is it safe to keep or do I need to spray it with something to kill bird-germs, or am I just being gross?
We had no rain for 5 days straight last week and so we were able to roll hay for the first time. Kind of monumental, I think.
On the other hand, Jett didn't know what to think and barked at each hay-bale for about 15 minutes each.
And just a shot of my parents and Greg looking at our pretty cows. They've been hanging out right by the fence in the evening and we can get a really close look at them. It is relaxing to watch them. I promise. If you think I'm crazy, please don't tell me....heehee