Natures perfection, just beautiful.Anne xx
It is exquisite, Liz. I love finding disused nests. We've had two here and they are just so pretty. I never knew what birds had created mine either. I just treasure them because if the work-birdship with which they were created.
Such a cute little nest... Sorry!But I don`t who was was behind such amazing creation... :)
I am amazed always at the skill and dexterity of just using a beak to build. I wonder if it is a robin or a bluetit, something tiny, or even a wren, if you have them locally. Love the way she has made it so soft and cosy.
It does look very cozy. Did you bring it home with you?
I don't know what kind it is, but it does look very comfortable!
A pity it fell out of the tree, it looks so cosy & well constructed.
A home ready to walk, sorry fly, into. Love from Mumxx
Hi LizWhat a sweet find. There was one very similar in my garden a couple of years ago that belonged to a wren. The male wren makes a few nests to impress his partner - but SHE chooses which nest to lay eggs in. Seems like the right way to me!Best wishesRose Hxx
They are so well constructed aren't they, I'm glad there were no eggs in it! :) x
an unsuccessful bird i imagine......
It could possibly be a wood mouse nest. Barbara
What a wonderful find for you, but such a pity for the bird who lost it!
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