Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Birth Announcement

Mr and Mrs Robin are pleased to announce the birth of several of the really ugliest little scraps you can imagine today, around lunch time, weight I imagine about half a nanogram.
I expect Mother loves them though! Click on the live link on the right of the page to see what's happening.

13 comments:

  1. So very exciting, this is the first time I have been able to get the live feed.

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  3. Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Robin on the birth of the young. I caught it earlier today just after they started harching out. I was at work and have been watching and waiting (expecting my P45 any minute for being logged onto the internet all day). Most of the team were watching at one point and getting very emotional too x

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  4. Congratulations to the Robin Family on the successful birth of their young! Big beaks with fuzzy little bodies...Mom won't be getting any rest for a while now. It was interesting to watch how she and Dad Robin removed the shells from the nest.

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  5. Hi Doc, sorry it's been so variable, I will try to keep the live feed going while the young are in the nest.

    hello Alison, thanks for tuning in, hope you didn't get into trouble because of Robincam!

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  6. Hi Theanne and Baron, yes indeed it's going to be all go on the caterpillar front from now on!

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  7. Aw, that's wonderful! They look so tiny down at the bottom of the nest.

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  8. hip, hip, hooray!! Congratulations to the Robin Family and to you to as an honorary robin aunty ;0)Fantastic work capturing the moment. Will be amazing at how quickly the grow into their skin and grow all their gorgeous feathers. take care. yolie

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  9. Congrats to Mum R, and also well done to you for keeping patient with the live streaming project. Couldn't stay for long, but did manage to see her feed her chicks twice. Aw...it was charming to see!

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  10. Absolutely amazing! Great capture:))

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  11. The babies are growing so fast...they barely all fit in the nest now! and hungry, hungry, hungry all the time!

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  12. They are really keeping mum busy, and growing by the minute x

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  13. AW! I missed it when my satellite was out, on dial-up now and it isn't going to let me see anything - of course, it's still dark out, but the connection is so slow, it's just not possible. I will try to get on someone 's comp and get to see them!

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