Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The Robin Babies

I saw a mother Robin with quite a mouthful of worms. I heard a racket in the tree and found the branch where all the calls were coming. There were three baby Robins in the nest.
The Robin came and feed the babies.
They were always chirping and asking for food.
after a couple of days one was gone and the other was getting big.
The one that had left the nest stayed in the area.
The next day they were all gone and quite came back to the neighborhood.


16 comments:

Lawstude said...

wow. great captures fishing guy.

i am just amazed on how you got 'em. did you climb a tree?

have a pleasant day and thank you for also visiting my blog.

kjpweb said...

Yeah, man - they are great! Your best pictures so far! Congrats on that great find!
Cheers, Klaus

Fish Whisperer said...

Really like these, good job.
Cheers

Carletta said...

Great catch!!!

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Great photos of the robins.... I really enjoyed seeing these!!

fishing guy said...

Lawstude: The Robins were in the neighbors tree next to a fence. I just stood the photos from the ground and took different angles with my cameras and zoomed in to get the shots. The shadows were hard but I just got my best best lighting for the shots. There are some morning and some evening shots. This was taken over a 5 day period with variable skies.

The Birdlady said...

Aw, how wonderful! They can make a racket, can't they?

Warren Baker said...

well done on the robin finding Fishing guy.
Lets hope all the fledglings make it out there in the big world.

raccoonlover1963 said...

I can't get lucky enough to find a nest that I can actually see into. My closest was at my mother's house. The barn swallows had a nest in the rafters above the porch. You could only see the babies when they poked their heads out yelling for food.
Great shot.
Lisa

For The People said...

Those are superb. It always gives me the warm and fuzzies to see the babbies!

Tommy V said...

Fabulous catch. It so cool so see the baby birds.

Tipper said...

You always have the most amazing photos-did you use to work for National Geographic or what?

Luiz Ramos said...

Great shot. Nice Nature.

Texas Travelers said...

Great series of photos. I liked this a lot.

Thanks for the visit,
Troy

Pearl Maple said...

Just darling photos of the little birds. Nothing like a bit of cheerful nature to brighten your day.

Thanks for your kind comments on my Sky Watch Post.

Jo Castillo said...

Great shots of these and the foals. I just love horses. You are taking some great photos!