soon, i wandered into my studio.. the noise was louder in there. i see some movement inside of stoker (my wood burning stove's name ;) at first i was alarmed, but then i saw this.
a little bird trapped in stoker. poor birdie. i went to tell jim and he came down to help. okay.. that's when i grabbed my camera ;) he was busily flitting all about, trying to find his way home. one thing i DiD know, is that we didn't need a released bird bouncing offf the windows ; )
he fluttered all around inside.i couldn't believe that he managed to get all the way through the flue. naturally, the kona puppy had to be involved in what was going on. he was promptly ushered outside! then, jim and i discussed the best way to help a little birdie get out.
we finally dedcided to put a box around the open doors, hoping he would hop inside. yeah, right. then i threw some pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds in there and left the room quiet.
i had a meeting upstairs, and by the time i was done, we were able to coax the frightened birdie into the box and release him outside.. one happy little winged beauty!