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Old Apr 17, 2007, 1:40 PM   #1
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I've been watching and photographing this robin since she first laid her eggs. The chics in these shots are two and three days old.
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What a wondefull series. Thank you for posting them.

TOTALLY WACKY roger
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gredan wrote:
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I've been watching and photographing this robin since she first laid her eggs. The chics in these shots are two and three days old.
Excellent pics! They sure do need their feathers to look pretty :-)
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Old Apr 17, 2007, 7:43 PM   #8
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Really nice series of "Mom" feeding those bottomless pits. It is amazing howbaby birds can grow into somethingso pretty.....to be so unpretty when first hatched.
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Really nice series of "Mom" feeding those bottomless pits. It is amazing howbaby birds can grow into somethingso pretty.....to be so unpretty when first hatched.
"Bottomless pits" is right! The adults spend most of the day shoving food into the little guys and they never seem to fill up.

I 'll post some more pictures in a week or so when thay aren't quite as homely.
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