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If they had some down or better still, little stubby feathers, they could have been hatched up to a week before you saw them
Most building and fencing timber is impregnated with preservatives - you wouldn't want that in your garden soil.
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Could they have been hatched a week before you noticed? If so they've probably fledged .... Did they have down or were they little skinny nekked things when you first saw them?
Yes, he's in the UK - check out his earlier posts
All part of the great cycle of life
Brilliant tennis! I was cheering for Federer, but as long as one of them won I don't mind
Hmmm, just done a count back of days since they hatched - baby robins fledge at about 14 days - this is too soon - I'm afraid they've provided someone with Sunday lunch
You'll probably see them around in a day or two, being fed by the anxious parents - the fledglings will be the slightly rusty coloured ones with speckled breasts and big open yellow-edged beaks
Great family likeness Panda