I had some company while I was planting the other day! Our robin neighbors often make an appearance when we're turning up new soil because of the worm feast it unleashes. But this time I noticed they weren't only eating their harvest in place and returning it to their nests, but also to their nearby fledgling offspring learning to fly. Here's a parent-robin scoping out the worm situation from a pea-stake:
And a baby, I imagine feeling like a ten year old at the top of the high dive for the first time:
These fence rails seemed to be a good first landing target for the little guys:
Ready for some food:
Some butterflies showed up as well.
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