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(¸.•´ (¸.•` ♥ Hello! Welcome and thank you for visiting my Blog! A blog about Celebrating LIFE and all it's wonders... A blog about ART ~ POLYMER CLAY CREATIONS ~ PHOTOGRAPHY and so much more! I have such fun with my blog, sharing stories, and the things that capture my imagination! I am so inspired by the artists and creations that I also share here, it is my hope that you will be inspired too!!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Five Little Baby Robins

Here's a new picture of the five little baby Robins that are in a nest in our yard.  I shared their 'newly hatched' picture in my 'Signs of Spring' post ~ You can click HERE to see it.  I will share more pictures as they grow.  They sure do have to grow into those big yellow beaks, don't they! :)


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(¸.•´ (¸.•` ♥  They are beginning to get their feathers, and are definitely taking up more room in their nest.  Baby birds look so fragile, but they sure do grow fast.

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(¸.•´ (¸.•` ♥  Wishing you a great day! ~Trina

12 comments:

  1. these are super adorable....we have had a robin laying eggs under our deck for years and years. She usually lays eggs several times in one year, the first batch are gone and flying on there own already. This is such an amazing experience to watch. Thanks so much for sharing and have a wonderful week!

    enjoy *~*

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  2. What a nice bunch to have in your garden! They look so funny with their large beaks!
    Great shot and I'll be keep checking for updates :)

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  3. Oh my, how sweet! I'm surprised they don't have their mouths wide open for mama's yummy finds!! Love their fuzzy feathers!

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  4. How amazing is that!! Their mom must be busy gathering food!

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  5. Thank you all for your comments, I'm so glad you're enjoying the pics of the baby Robins. Hopefully I will get another shot of them later today. ...Maybe they'll be awake with their mouths open this time. :) They are little sleepyheads in this picture.

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  6. They look so soft and fragile. Adorable!

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  7. I can't get over how bright yellow their beaks are. They are growing so quickly ~ amazing to watch.

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  8. They're adorable! How amazing to be able to watch them grow.

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  9. I have a baby one that fell out of its nest this afternoon and I don't know what to do for it I have fed it worms and I have no clue does anyone know what else it eats or what it drinks im trying to save it

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    1. Hi Caitlin,

      Awww, I wouldn't know what to do either, I hope someone will see this and help you out. Maybe you can call the DNR (Department of Natural Resources) and they can give you some ideas and help... Good luck! We recently found a baby duck, turned out to be a baby goose and we called the DNR and they gave us the number to a local person who rescues wildlife. :)

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