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Robin’s Nest #4

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Four robin chicks in the nest

As well as getting more fluff, you can see that their little bodies have grown a lot in four days.

Four robin chicks in the nest

They sure are ugly!

Mamma robin sits in the nest for feeding.

Peeking through the cedars I can see Mamma robin settling in to feed the chicks.

Mamma feeds the chicks

It’s a lot of work keeping up with the little guys.   A lot of mouths to feed.

One chick pokes his head out of the nest where Mamma Robin sits

It’s hard to believe that the chicks will actually grow up to look like robins.

Four nestlings start to look a bit more like birds

It is possible to see that feathers are beginning to form where the fluff is darkening up.

4 robin chicks in the nest

It looks like their eyelids are developing too.   They grow up so fast!

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Written by Laurel L. Russwurm

June 3, 2010 at 12:29 pm

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  1. […] Forward to Robin’s Nest #7 Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Robin’s Nest #1Robin’s Nest #3Robin’s Nest #2New Friends from → Birds, Canada ← Robin’s Nest #5 One Comment leave one → […]

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  3. If any bird fans are interested, I was just told about this live streaming web cam capturing an Osprey nest

    Laurel L. Russwurm

    June 3, 2010 at 6:48 pm


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