Now I am worried about them seeing the weather we are having and will have for the weekend. I hope they are ok. What a find!
Little dolls. And the weather? Now they say rain all weekend. Guh.
They're packed in like sardines! Cracked me up.
They look healthier than the ones I was trying to save last weekend. Let's just hope their feathers are waterproof!
Your cats would have liked to have seen that...
Awww! Love it! We had a robin build her nest here two years in a row. First year was on the beam under the front porch and last year was on the beam under the back deck. This year, I looked under all the beams front and back and sadly, they have decided to build elsewhere. I miss taking pictures of the nest, her eggs, and her beautiful little babies. Enjoy.
Deb, they are fine and they have fledged! One leapt out of a bush and landed at my feet yesterday, then scurried off. I can see why fledglings have such a high mortality rate. Not the brightest lights!
Ronna, I am beyond sick of this crappy weather!Katnip, it's amazing how they squeeze in there, isn't it?Evlyn, they look great. I am keeping an eye out for them in the garden now that they have fledged.Andrew, they would have EATEN that.Paula, they might still be around! Ours used to nest in a bush near our front porch, but their nest was invaded by a red squirrel that killed the babies. :( After that, they moved into the hedge. We have some that nest in our barn, too.
What little sweeties Knatolee!Oh thanks so much for the prize. The photos are superb!
Thank you Jams! High praise coming from you. :)
Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!