I am so happy to walk into the back yard and have fledgling birds whirring about, clumsily. New life! I put extra food on the ground for the dummies.
Some birds I know. Some I don’t. Colors are vague. Here’s a couple I don’t know. One seems to interact with the fledged robin.
The fledglings of all species have been goofing around in my pond, playing on the lily pads. My Lily Pond has become sort of a watering hole.
I am noting eye markings, to identify individual robins. They have differing white markings around the eyes.
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