As the baby robins continue to grow, Agnes has taken a keen interest in their development, so much so that we’ve had to barricade her from the zen poo garden (or side yard) where the robins have taken up residence.
There are four babies in the nest, soft black fluffy bodies with giant gaping beaks constantly demanding food. The nest must be getting a little tight as the babies have grown in the past week.
|Hard to see but there are two beaks|
Poor Agnes is tormented by the adult robins who are extremely vocal in their dislike of her and stand on the fence shouting at her while she tilts her head and can’t understand why she isn’t welcome.
Another couple of weeks and we think they’ll be off!