Yesterday was the ninth day since I discovered a robin resting on her eggs in a nest in my holly tree.
According to the National Audubon Society, robins may have 2-3 broods in a season.
I only went outside once yesterday to photograph the robin. I couldn’t bear to go out more often because I really didn’t want to catch the robin off her nest. I’m just not ready yet to see if any more of the eggs have disappeared.
For now, I’m happy to go on thinking that this little robin will soon become a mama.
You can see the past eight posts on the robin and her eggs if you click on the “Nestwatch 2010” link below.