Two Fledglings and Four Eggs

by Michael Wachovec
(Chillicothe, Ohio, USA)





I finally managed to get one good picture of the Twins. Their picture screams out for a caption. My maternal grandfather was a carpenter and a cabinet maker; he would shake his head and chuckle if he were alive to see the birdhouse I had built. But inside the ugliest birdhouse ever made are four bluebird eggs! The picture of Papa, Mama, and the fledges is a little out of focus, but you can still see Papa about to feed a fledgling. Finally, Papa is watching over the fledges as they feed.

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