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Updated: 2011-08-10T10:38:54.925-05:00

 



I have a robins' nest on my porch that I'm watchin...

2009-04-28T10:17:00.000-05:00

I have a robins' nest on my porch that I'm watching with delight, so I understand your feelings!

I wonder if you gently moved the next into another location? Maybe the rafter of the porch? Sometimes they will follow a moved nest, if it's not gone far.

Trinka (enjoy your blog!)



You're right. Mama's Boy had a choice, and he cho...

2009-04-26T21:38:00.000-05:00

You're right. Mama's Boy had a choice, and he chose evil. I hope the basement will flood resulting in $$$$$$$$$ of damage.
On the other hand, Cindy is right, too, Bo. Mama and Papa bird will be fine and will rebuild their nests and their lives. Their loss will not be as profound as yours when you were forced out of Texas. And the egglings were never conscious. (Yes, egglings is too a word, because I just said so.)
Is there anything you can do to pull something positive out of this? Maybe foster injured animals, volunteer at the pound, make a donation? How about knitting cat beds and stuffed mice etc (ala Now Norma Knits) either as a fund raiser, or just to keep critters warm?
I'm just so sorry.



so...did the evil (mama's boy) landlord cut down t...

2009-04-26T01:57:00.000-05:00

so...did the evil (mama's boy) landlord cut down the tree? i hope not. glad to see you writing, again. i enjoy your stories and pictures.



Just keep in mind that although the eggs are gone,...

2009-04-25T20:27:00.000-05:00

Just keep in mind that although the eggs are gone, the birds will be okay. Their little minds won't register a loss to grieve over; they'll just look for the nest for a while. Then they'll build a new one somewhere else. And go on from there.



O no. Why not call your newspaper with your "...

2009-04-25T20:25:00.000-05:00

O no. Why not call your newspaper with your "human Interest" story...
That might help or your Tv station and cry on their shoulder...They could at least wait till the baby birds are hatched and flown...right...
Elsie <><



Hmm. Well. I can't think of a thing to say... Exc...

2009-04-25T18:23:00.000-05:00

Hmm. Well. I can't think of a thing to say... Except...

$hit!

Sigh.

Hugs to you, and here's hoping Mama and Daddy bird find a new spot.



Bo - I can emphathize with you totally. We have a ...

2009-04-25T18:02:00.000-05:00

Bo - I can emphathize with you totally. We have a couple of doves that come and 'visit' us. Walk around the patio eating the birdseed the other birds have knocked onto the ground. They are such sweet birds.

We had a huge and ugly palm tree cute down once. Shortly after we moved in to this house. We did not know that it was full of (among other things) birds nests and eggs. The guys cutting it down were upset too after they realized.