Eurasian Collared-Dove Family!

In April, I followed the progress of a Collared-Dove family that took up residence in my pine tree in the front yard. I watched them build a nest, incubate eggs, and feed their squabs.

The parent doves liked us so much that they moved their new nest even closer to us on our property to raise more babies!

Brown Fish Owl

Chick of Paddy-field Pipit

Eggs of Little Ringed Plover

Nest of Black-crown Night Heron

5 Blue Jays Fledglings Sleeping

In the 7 years of observing several Blue Jays very closely, I have never seen any of them have 5 offspring. I have always only seen the maximum of 3. These little ones have been out of the nest for over two weeks!

Mockingbird Babies

“Singing” Mockingbird Babies

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology