Saturday, July 28, 2018
Early Friday morning empty.
Upon reading about cardinals - discovered that the fledglings leave the nest about 10 - 13 days after hatching.
Once the nest is abandoned it will not be reused. The mother and father move onto a new place to begin another brood.
What an amazing design - the bottom is made up of leaves and some small dried twigs and such.
Very small inside - no wonder those babies leave so soon.
Well the nest may be empty but I am looking forward to seeing those youngsters at the bird feeders.
Hope you will stop back again soon. Have a blessed week.
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