My last few sneak peeks at the phoebe nest with my iPhone yielded nothing but those five eggs tucked away.
Until today. Perched precariously on a ladder, I slid the iPhone over the nest and snapped.
What appears to be a quintuplet of baby pheobes didn’t even notice I was visiting while mama was off in search of food.
As the sun went down, I checked the status from afar to find mama phoebe stuck to her nest keeping her babies warm in this ridiculously chilly June evening.
Other phoebe posts:
15 June 2015: Phoebe Nesting
19 June 2014: Baby Phoebe Check In
17 June 2014: Return of the Eastern Phoebes
13 July 2013: Baby Phoebes
25 June 2013: Nesting Eastern Phoebes
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