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tamborine | 20:21 Wed 17th Apr 2019 | Animals & Nature
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Now what? Its nest is in my kitchen atop a dresser. She has 5 eggs :(

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https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z/robin/nesting-and-breeding-habits
20:33 Mon 22nd Apr 2019
leave a window open and take loads of pics :)
How lovely!
Blimey, how long does it take for the eggs to hatch and the babies to fledge I wonder.
How fabulous....
Obviously feels safe there, quite an honour.
How come tambo? Do you have a window open 24/7?
should be about 2 weeks to hatch and then another 2 weeks before they fly.
Thats not to bad then ^^^^^^
Amazing :)
It’s been there long enough to make a nest and lay eggs, I’d leave it be.
How lovely (err is that really your kitchen?)
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Prudie tis my kitchen 22x10ft. Glass jar store above dresser for jam. I saw the cobwebs but robin will delay cleaning & decor. There is a skylight window constantly open to release boiler fumes.
Tambo you ok with parents feeding young ones? Parents can be very cautious but must have felt safe and secure nesting in your house.
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Not had this before so dont know how it will pan out.
That is so lovely, bless her and bless you as well, feels like lovely good karma x
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dont think pets are impressed, as kitchen is now locked off ;)
Robins often return you can get plans from RSPB for DIY nesting boxes, they are quite different from tit boxes.
Tamborine guess your pets are not impressed but hey ho.
one of our local plant nurseries closed off an entire half of their indoor shop space a few years ago because a robin nested in the bit where they had all the posh flowerpots....they even had to order in new stock and sell it from elsewhere on the site as they wouldn't go in to get the stock out.
I'm jealous.

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