Wild Care – Robins Hatch for Mother’s Day

Hatchlings emerge and mom starts mothering…
Hatchlings emerge for Mother’s Day (Wild Care Cape Cod photo)

 

Editor’s Note:  Wild Care staff have been monitoring a robin’s nest in Orleans and updated us this morning on its progress:

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers, including the finned, feathered and furred. We love you all! And momma robin’s nest is hatching right now. The most perfect timing! (Note: I spent less than 30 seconds at the nest, as to not disturb mom.)

Executive Director, Stephanie~


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