Out of the Nest

Look who made it out of the nest!














What a face? 


Perhaps next year this one will return to build it's own nest...maybe close by.   

Hope all of you will be back too.   Have a delightful week.

Hugs Debbie

Comments

  1. Oh...heartache to think of them leaving the nest! :)

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    1. Sandi - I do feel a bit sad knowing they are gone from the nest...one of them didn't make it - which makes me even sadder.

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  2. Wow! So quick! Nice photos!!!

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    1. Thanks Hilda - they do leave the nest so quickly. Hope you are having a lovely August day.

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  3. Sweet. I hope they have plenty of time to mature before they have to migrate. It seems that all of our robins have dispersed. They will be back when the Hawthorn and Beauty Berries ripen. I hate to see them go. Their song and activity in the garden makes the garden even more pleasurable. I hope you have a good week too.

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    1. Lisa - I am a bit sad seeing the nest empty. They will be missed for sure. I have been told that not all the robins migrate from here. In fact I have seen them in February. Well take care. I hopped over to see your lovely garden.

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  4. How very precious!!! Hope you have a great week!

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    1. Thanks Lin - those birds have certainly kept me delighted.

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  5. Great to see this! Have a great week!

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  6. Aw, what a sweetie!
    Hope you have a great week, too, Debbie!

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    1. Thanks Chris - little fledglings are so ugly they are cute! Have a great day. Hugs!

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  7. Such sweetness! Did the other chick make it out of the nest?

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    1. Dear Carol I am sorry to say it was found dead on the ground. I didn't want to think about it. At least this little one made it. Nature can be sad.

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    1. Kathy thanks for visiting. Do you have robins in your part of the country? I look forward to them every spring. Have a delightful day.

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  9. How wonderful it must have been to see him (or her) emerge from the nest.

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    1. Yes it was Loree - like you I am not sure whether it is a male or female. Although for some reason I want to call this one a him :)! Have a great day friend. Hugs

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  10. Awww. Now it's the big scary world to learn for the little one. I always say a prayer for them!

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    1. Debra - it is a big scary world. I would have felt better if I could have seem him fly. I am sure God was watching over him.

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  11. I just love baby birds, so so cute! I've only been able to see them in real life a few times so it is so much fun that you are sharing them with us. Hope your having a wonderful week :)

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    1. Jenni - they look so different as babies than when they are grown. I am so glad I could share them with you. Hope everything is good in your world. Hugs!

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  12. Oh, Debbie, what a wonderful post and photos!! Thank you very much. It refreshes our hearts and delights us. You, too, enjoy life fully!! Best wishes,

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    1. Sadami so happy you enjoyed seeing the baby birds. They are an amazing gift from God. Hope you are having a delightful day. Hugs!

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  13. I love those speckled ones. The year we had a nest of Robins in our pole barn they had 7 speckled chicks who hung around while they grew up and we would see them in the back yard nearly every day. It was such fun. Unfortunately none for us this year. Have a great weekend.

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