I have been keeping something amazing from you which I should have shared as soon as I found it a little while ago. I first head about this on CBC News where it was featured and since them I watch it every day. It is not a sit com or movie but a reality show in it's own unique way.
Did I make it sound interesting yet?
This is what I am talking about ..
... an amazing person has set up a live stream camera in their backyard across from a humming bird's nest which right now has two babies living in it. All this takes place in a rosebush that lives in a backyard on Vancouver Island, Canada.
The first time I tuned in, the babies were only 3 days old and oh so tiny that the were tucked away in the tiny nest. Now they are I think 2 weeks old and they have grown so much that their little heads are always sticking out of the nest and they now have their feathers too.
There is a whole story to all of this about Phoebe and her babies Crystal and Lola and you can also find videos on YouTube from their hatching and growing until now.
(Photo courtesy of Phoebeallens)
This is link to their website where it gives you all sorts of information ...
And if you would like to see nature close up at it's finest right now just click here ...
I am so happy I have shared this with all of you and I hope it brings you as much joy as it does me.
I hope you are well my dear friends and life is treating you kind.
Have a peaceful and creative day.
Oh how cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, Karen.
How gorgeous. I think I'm going to be addicted to this till they fly the nest.ReplyDelete
So fun! I want to check that out! We used to have Killdeers build nests in the gravel on the edge of our drive and we cold watch the babies grow. I never understood why they built them on the ground in the road, but that is how those birds do it! It is their nature and they can't seem to do anything different even if it kills them! So sad, I will love to see these videos!ReplyDelete
hugs to you friend,
Oh my goodness! I've been tuning in to see the eagles nest at Berry College and now they also have a bluebird nest cam as well. Now I can watch hummers too. Thank you!!ReplyDelete
Molt bonic Karen, gracies per compartir!ReplyDelete