Nov 26 2010

Best Nests to Rest

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There have been numerous posts on human architecture in which most of the architects have sharpened their skills with the help of education. However, these small birds and insects are naturally endowed with this super gift. We all find nests everywhere and are awed by the beauty of so many different nests which have been created by these wonderful creatures. In today’s post we have compiled some examples of ravishing architectural “Nests”.

The nests are built mostly by males; the nest’s shape, size and position reckons on the species. Although they may differ, their beauty keeps them a source of attraction for both kids and elders alike. Some of us might have tried to construct nests at summer camps. Those among us will definitely agree that these tiny creatures can do wonders. Enjoy the ultimate creativity!

Life beneath the surface….
surface....

House Finch Nest & Eggs…
housefinge

Hummingbird and Nest
hummingbird

Swallows’ Nests
swallow

Mama Hummer Sitting on Nest
hummingbird3

Patient Mama
robin2

Nesting Season
nest

Baby Hummingbirds in Nest
hummingbird4

Baby Bird in Nest
BABY BIRD IN NEST

Tree Swallow nest
Tree Swallow nest

Prairie Falcon Female on side of pothole cliff nest after deliverying squirrel to Chicks CS CO
falcon

Filedfare
fieldfare

Turdus pilaris nest
turdus_pilaris

The Robin’s Nest
The Robin's Nest

4 of 6 Great Egret (Ardea alba) nest with three chicks at the Morro Bay Heron Rookery
4 of 6 Great Egret (Ardea alba) nest with three chicks at the Morro Bay Heron Rookery

Osprey Bringing Mullet To Mate On Nest Everglades National ParkOsprey Bringing Mullet To Mate On Nest Everglades National Park

Nesting Rufous Hummingbird
Nesting Rufous Hummingbird

Mother & chick on the nest
Mother & chick on the nest

Honeybee Nest Removal
honeybee

Building Summers Nest
summer

Weaver birds building their nests
Weaver birds building their nests

Tree with Weaver Bird nest, evening light, The Naukluft, Namibia
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Least Flycatcher’s Nest Revisit – Feedin’ Time
Least Flycatcher's Nest Revisit - Feedin' Time

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About the Author

Bhanu Ahluwalia is a graduate in Computer Science and a social media enthusiast from India. He specializes in web design by qualification and photography by passion. He is an avid blogger, running TutZone and co-authoring DesignUnder and SloDive. You can reach him via Twitter.

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Comments and Discussions
  • Sharon, 26 November 2010

    What a great idea for a post. Interesting, visually stimulating and heartwarming. Thanks. :]

  • keshav, 26 November 2010

    Wow…good idea good work every nests images is to good.

    • joao, 28 November 2010

      how this form is loaded??

  • sandy, 26 November 2010

    Yes, haughtiness. I like very much and it is warm in the heart. Animals are always capable of making better than the human beings!
    Thank you for his images.

  • humor, 27 November 2010

    cool dude…good idea and that tree swallow nest is awesome

  • Irfan, 27 November 2010

    Really. this is very impressive collection

  • Scott, 28 November 2010

    Great collection, I snaped this one earlier in the year http://scottcarmichael.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2spqab

  • sabin, 29 November 2010

    Wow! So Cute. Great composition, amazing timing.

  • sabin, 29 November 2010

    I’m going to bookmark these pics for my site yourhensnight.com, sydneyafterparty.com.

  • Waheed Imran, 29 November 2010

    Wow. Excellent Idea. Great Composition and Amazing photography.

  • Curtis Scott, 29 November 2010

    The hummingbird nest are cool, I’ve never seen those before. Very impressive collection!

  • Vivek Parmar, 30 November 2010

    impressive collection. thanks for share

  • Prakash, 04 December 2010

    Such a visual treat to the webpage visitors. The collection of nest photograph was really amazing and nice to look. Great post & thx a lot for sharing this gorgeus collection in your post.

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