Adam arrives with an abundant beak load of
tasty worms . A noisy motor scooter roars up the street but causes no
interruption in the food service.
Eve rearranging the chicks. One of the
routines that she does many times every day.
Mi manages to get his head out and
listen with Eve to the barking squirrel
Looks like dinner for one. This is a
familiar scene when Eve returns to the nest. It must work out though as both
Mi and Mishado seem to be growing at the same pace.
Did You Know:
The incubation and nesting
process from eggs to fledglings takes place within in a period of 30 to 40
days. Usually Robins will start a second brood or clutch and sometimes a
third. The Female will lay the eggs and start the incubation process while
the Male stays with the Fledglings, from the first nest, for about two
more weeks after they Fledge. When the fledglings no longer require
parents care, they may roost with other adult robins. The male then joins
in the care for the new brood.
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