If you drove up to our home, you might look askance at the "beauty" of a Christmas wreath still hanging. Your left eyebrow might raise in a quizzical look as you turned to say "Why?"
It used to be a beauty, but it's luster has faded.
And yet it remains, because...
Two robins selected that innovative location to build their spring nest. A few weeks ago we would have disrupted the eggs if the wreath had been disturbed and now, we would disrupt the babes.
So, it will stay Christmas at our house for a bit longer. And that's fine with us.
That is so sweet. I would leave the wreath hanging too. Janet, thank you answering my question about a humane way to euthanize a chicken. I've told my husband many times that there must be something we could give a chicken to end its suffering. I had a white hen once that honestly, took a week to finally die. I may ask our vet about getting it. Thanks again.ReplyDelete
Isn't nature beautiful! It's going to be lovely for you to watch those babies thrive and take their first flight. I bet with them being hatched on your farm they will stay in the area. Robins can become very friendly/Cheeky so you will have fun watching them grow.ReplyDelete