Wild Care – Update on Baby Robins

What a difference five days make…

Wild Care photo of the baby robins on Friday (left) and Tuesday (right)

From the compassionate people at Wild Care Cape Cod:

It’s amazing what 5 days of parental care can do. Checked on the baby robins on Friday (photo on left), and again today (right). They grow like weeds! Each parent robin is thought to make over 100 trips per day to its nest to feed the young. That’s dedication. We love seeing babies in the wild. It’s the best place they can possibly be. Photos taken in Orleans, MA.

Executive Director, Stephanie ~


Read the article online at: http://www.capecodtoday.com/article/2017/05/24/232341-Wild-Care-Update-Baby-Robins

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