The same bird who is now looking at its sibling.
Who was still in the shrubs calling for mom who was up in the tree and not at all disturbed I was taking pictures of her young. In fact, she flew off for a few minutes to find food on the pavement!
There was also a very recently fledged House Finch in the same area. I had seen a House Finch nest in the parking garage to our building and I found it very interesting that they built their nest there considering there were wire stakes put in certain spots to deter birds from nesting. It didn't stop this determined couple though as you can see from the photo above. The bird just sat in its spot for a few minutes calling for its parents who were in a tree above me calling back in return. I tried to get a little closer to him and off it flew away with its parents.
Who waited oh so patiently in the tree.
The best thing about the Mockingbird is that I keep a downtown Worcester bird list and believe it or not, this is my first time seeing a Northern Mockingbird at this location. Obviously they nested nearby, but I just wasn't in the right place at the right time I suppose. Another check on my ever growing list. Take care all