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Old Oct 5, 2006, 4:17 AM   #1
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Some time back, I had posted photos of just-hatched crow chicks. I have been observing them grow.Here are picsof how much they have grown..
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..and how the mother crow takes care of her children. (These are from the 5th floor of the building where my office is located)
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neat photos!!!!
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The perfect observation post. Keep us updated on their progress Raghu. Nice photo.

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Thanks for keeping us posted on the "babies". Looking a little more like birds and less like aliens! Donna
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Hi Raghu,

Great pictures and precious babies! And, wow, the5th floor of your office building sure beats the heck out of having to build a blind up in a tree somewhere to get these kind of shots. How lucky. Lucky for us too. Thank you for sharing these pictures. Keep them coming. :-)

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Hi All, I am glad to note the enthusiasm, and thanks for keeping on encouraging me. It has now become a habit for me to get down to the 5th floor during lunch/tea time and watch the nest for about 15 minutes. I am also happy to report that the Lumix has kindled the interest of quite a group of nature-lovers here, because I see more and more people observing the nest. I only hope that the mother crow doesn't get angry and target me!
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Great job, Raghu, where is nest in relation to your office building?
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Old Oct 6, 2006, 1:17 AM   #9
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Great job, Raghu, where is nest in relation to your office building?
This is how I see the tree. I am sure now you can realise the power of pana's zoom! My office is on the 8th floor; the tree is at least 7-8m away from the building.
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Very nice. I see that the nest is in the very top of the tree. Your angle of view had to be just right also. Good job, indeed. Thanks for replying..

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