May 19, 2014 – Baby Robins

Three baby robins???????????????????????????????Cozy as can be???????????????????????????????The big two think???????????????????????????????It’s time to be free???????????????????????????????The little one says

???????????????????????????????I agree???????????????????????????????Hey you guys???????????????????????????????Wait for me???????????????????????????????So Momma shows him how???????????????????????????????Little Number Three.???????????????????????????????

30 thoughts on “May 19, 2014 – Baby Robins

  1. I love the baby bird pics!! One of my friends down here had two wrens build a nest in their screened patio under a glass topped bar. So you can easily see all 4 baby birds – so cute! And the flowers are lovely.

    1. Thanks Cat. That’s cool. These little dudes have been watching us come and go for the past week. Now, I guess, it’s their time to go. Cheers.

    1. Thanks Amy. You are most welcome. I hope you have a great day – I really do. I’m sure you will post something interesting today.

  2. Great photo sequence. Where was the nest? We had a morning dove make a nest in one of our gutters, but with all the rain we’ve had in the last couple weeks, it washed away. I don’t think she even had time to lay any eggs.

    1. Thanks Tilly. The nest is in our barn, just above where I hang shovels, rakes and such. I’m not sure Momma Robin knew it would be such a high traffic area when she built the nest, but they don’t seem to mind us being around. Good thing! 🙂

    1. Thanks Jet. Not exactly an African safari, but fun nonetheless. The kind of fun we have here In Jim’s Garden. 🙂

    1. Thank you. All flown away now. I hope they thrive – there are plenty of worms around here. 🙂

    1. They are cute. Or were. They didn’t stay long in the nest after they hatched and I can’t honestly say I’ve seen them since they flew away. But they sure were fun to watch when around and luckily enough I was home the day they flew. Thank you very much for reading. 🙂

  3. Too cute for words. How fun to be there when they got their wings in use. I work at the airport where there are hundreds of sparrows flying in and out of the open-air building. It was fun watching the little ones flapping their little wings in preparation for take-off.

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