Hungry chicks. Most species build a cup-shaped nest on the branch of a tree or shrub, though a few tropical species normally attach their nests to leaves. The nest varies in size relative to species, from smaller than half a walnut shell to several centimeters in diameter
Amazing pictures of warbler chicks at feeding time
Allie's rooftop garden. I've often wanted to put more description into Allie's rooftop retreat, but thus far, I've not found the right moment to do so. This a lot like I've imagined. The designer in me wants to push it further into a luxurious space, but Allie's parents aren't extremely wealthy and Allie herself isn't outlandish in taste. I think space this would suit her artistic personality very well.
It's a busy time in gardens at the moment, with adult birds busily feeding their freshly fledged young. We had a baby robin and three baby sparrows in our garden this morning. How about you? #homesfornature