A New Species of Catbird?

I have always tried to make my gardens wildlife friendly.

By wildlife, I mean bees, butterflies and birds.

When I saw this tail between the fork of a tree,

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I thought, at first, I had raccoon visiting.

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Upon further investigation, I discovered it was just Magnum P.I.,

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working on a case,

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undercover,

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as a Catbird.

Bless his heart, he tries.

p.s. no birds were harmed on this case.

About the blonde gardener

I'm an Arkansas girl born and raised. I garden in the beautiful Northwest part of the state (zone 6b or 7) surrounded by the Ozark Mountains. My favorite part about the area is we have 4 distinct seasons and are able to enjoy a variety of activities. My main passion is gardening but I also enjoy hiking, birding, 4-wheeling and motorcycle trips. Basically anything outside. Thanks for stopping by! Brenda
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5 Responses to A New Species of Catbird?

  1. At least it is not a raccoon! 🙂

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  2. Thanks for the chuckle.

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  3. Magnum P.I. does have the tail of a ‘coon. Could we have bigger pictures next time so we can see better? I had to click on a couple of them to see the cat in the tree. You got plenty of room for bigger photos….

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  4. Peter/Outlaw says:

    Magnum P.I. is very cute! Your garden is attractive to wildlife – birds, bees, butterflies, the occasional armadillo…

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  5. Great photography! You made me laugh. 🙂

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