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Three in the Bush

Author: Tafari, Monday, May 16th, 2011 at 12:41 PM Mindspill

While preparing my lunch a few weeks ago, I looked out of the window over the sink & noticed the robin’s nest from last year was occupied. Like a kid, I got all excited. I don’t claim to be an ornithologist so I researched aKa Googled to see if robins reused there nests from previous years.  Evidently, they do not reuse the nests but may build over it.  I also found that the nests should be destroyed after the babies leave the nest to prevent bug infestations. I actually thought about doing that last year but didn’t want to affect another being as I was not sure if anyone would return. I guess the nest was healthy enough because Momma Robin looks relaxed out there. I’m hoping that I will be able to see the babies once they hatch, but the growing foliage may prevent that. The above photo was a little tricky to get so I had Olivia help me out a bit by holding back the branches while I almost broke my neck standing on a chair as I leaned over the deck. It was worth it though!

6 Responses to “Three in the Bush”

  1. toni Says:

    Beautiful! I love your photography so much, I just want to steal them all!

  2. MonaMade Says:

    A wonderful discovery. The blue color is just beautiful…

  3. mofunk Says:

    Sweeeet !! You gotta do what you gotta do to get the shot! :)

  4. MARY Says:

    This is so precious…i hope you get a chance to capture the babies too!

  5. Lenoxave Says:

    That color is so beautiful. I didn’t think it was real. You can’t beat nature for inspiration. Your photography is always detailed, that’s why I enjoy your work. I hope you get a chance to photograph the babies.

  6. Jessica S. Says:

    That blue is unreal!

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