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13Jun2016 - Robin
Date: Mon Jun 13 21:39:47 MDT 2016, [ 6 photos ]
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This spring, this robin made her nest at the safest place in the area -- directly in our deck, which is usually covered on most sides.  Unfortunately with that, we can no longer turn on our scone light for fear that it might heat up her nest. She's even used to us already, always around her. Whenever she comes back with food for her young, she always make the habit of letting everyone know she's around by her constant calls. And then as if no one's around, she'll just fly back into the nest like she knows us well. I always wonder if she is one of the chicks born here at the very same deck 6 years ago...

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 This spring, this robin made her nest at the safest place in the area -- directly in our deck, which is usually covered on most sides.  Unfortunately with that, we can no longer turn on our scone light for fear that it might heat up her nest. She's even used to us already, always around her. Whenever she comes back with food for her young, she always make the habit of letting everyone know she's around by her constant calls. And then as if no one's around, she'll just fly back into the nest like she knows us well. I always wonder if she is one of the chicks born here at the very same deck 6 years ago...
 Date Taken: Thu Jul 28 2016
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