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Charles Huber

Finlayson, MN, United States


After seeing a phoebe searching for a nesting sight around the house in early spring, I put up a small nesting shelf in a protected area over our garage door. A nest was built, eggs laid, young hatched and eventually left the nest. At one point the feeding seemed non-stop during the day. With a ladder-blind some yards away and a 300 mm lens this photo was taken as the parent was feeding one of the young. All young left the nest a couple of days later.


Feeding Time


Feeding Time: Eastern Pheobe

Feeding Time: Eastern Pheobe

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