How did her baby land on your balcony from a tree on the other side of the road?!The palm tree in this video is where their nest was. I saw the hen try to go back but she can't even land up there any more.
That is exactly what we were discussing in the video. My thoughts... he flapped his way over - the adrenaline made him flap hard and fast.How did her baby land on your balcony from a tree on the other side of the road?!
The tree is still there, they aren´t cutting the down ,just removing the dead or dying leaves. But they destroy birds nests and don´t care. Same with the quaker nests - that´s how so many people here have them as pets, they find chicks and raise them.. I hate it when they top off trees like that. I have four big aspen trees in my front yard which are due to be lobbed off soon.
Aww sounds cute , it would be better if I had a garden I would not mind at all. But it is just a balcony. This chick didn't leave the nest, the council workers came with chainsaws and cut it down whilst trimming the palm treesWe have doves that nest in our yard often, and the little ones huddle on our porch or in the window sill. So cute. They must try to leave the nest before their time.
You left a feast!!!! In the morning you'll have 1,000 doves on your balcony!
Oh. Poor baby must be frightened. BUT he sure landed on the right balcony!This chick didn't leave the nest, the council workers came with chainsaws and cut it down whilst trimming the palm trees
I didn't know what they would like to eat. I was hoping the mummy bird would eat some and regurgitate but she didn't. Eloy suggested soaked seeds, so I did those too. I just hope he eats something.
Yea, I'm also wondering why only one baby, how many is a usual clutch?