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THUMB SIZED FLEDGLING by Ginger  Barritt
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BABY BIRD WITH EYES CLOSED

For All The Babies Who Lost Their Lives In The Australian Fires I want to donate all that I can

If you EVER thought about buying this image….please do it while you can really help……..Thank you, on behalf of all the lost babies.

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Ginger was raised in Northeast Mississippi where she resides today with her family.

Happily living and loving in Northeast Mississippi,she has been delightfully surprised to see her photographs and gifts sold around the world. Ginger has several active websites and adores feedback.

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  • cherylc1
    cherylc1about 6 years ago

    so sweet- wonderful capture

  • Andi Hardwick
    Andi Hardwickabout 6 years ago

    Boy, it’s sure is a good thing their Mother loves them! Look at that MUG!

  • Ginger  Barritt
    Ginger Barrittabout 6 years ago

    I DON’T KNOW WHAT KIND OF BIRD THIS IS, BUT IT WAS THE TINIEST THING, JUST ABOUT AN INCH OR A SMIDGE LARGER.

  • janpiller
    janpillerabout 6 years ago

    awww – it’s so tiny!!!! did you check to make sure it grew and flew??

  • It did Jan! They were flying off with a couple of days of this pic.

    – Ginger Barritt

  • janpiller
    janpillerabout 6 years ago

    Wow – nature at it’s finest! Glad you got a shot off! Such tiny cute little things!

  • Alison  Gainge
    Alison Gaingeabout 6 years ago

    ohh that’s adorable ! great pic Ginger :)

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtabout 6 years ago

    oh my goodness this is absolutely such a delightful shot, wonderful work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ginger  Barritt
    Ginger Barrittabout 6 years ago

    Thank you, I was so tickled with this cutie.

  • Maureen Bloesch
    Maureen Bloeschabout 6 years ago

    I love birdies……..great pic…

  • Thank you!

    – Ginger Barritt

  • Maureen Bloesch
    Maureen Bloeschabout 6 years ago

    I have a Carolina Wrens that nests in our bathroom & vestibule every year for the past 5 years. When they fledge, it is a crazy time…sliding all over the sink and hiding in the shower. In the vestibule they are all over our heads or shoulders, trying to figure out how to fly

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