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. 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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