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Baby wrens 23 June 2020

Baby wrens 23 June 2020
The babies are growing quickly. Their mother brings some little invertebrate for them to eat every few minutes (but not while I am there with the camera).

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Thérèse club
Il est où ce nid, dans la terre .?
6 months ago.
Ronald Losure club
has replied to Thérèse club
Non, ce n'est pas dans la terre. Le nid est sur une étagère juste à côté de la porte d'entrée (moins d'un mètre) de ma maison.
6 months ago.
 Annalia S.
Annalia S. club
Oh, there are three of them!
The mom must be very used to you to tolerate your comings and goings, camera in hand!
6 months ago.
Ronald Losure club
has replied to Annalia S. club
Mom is now away from the nest most of the time finding bugs, but even when she was sitting on the eggs, she was very tolerant of me looking.
6 months ago.
HappySnapper club
I think the natural instinct to care for the chicks is stronger than the fear of other dangers Ronald.
About 10 days or so to go before they fledge.
6 months ago.
Ronald Losure club
has replied to HappySnapper club
I wish Mom the best. She is a very hard worker for these babies.
6 months ago.

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