Thursday, June 16, 2005

Life is easy for gouldian finch babies in the nest - it's breakfast (lunch, dinner, and snacks) in bed every day. Once out of the nest, things get a little tougher. The babies don't seem to know (or else they don't care) who their parents are. They just beg for food from any bird that happens to land near them. This persistant fledgling found that if he screamed loud enough and long enough he could get someone else's daddy to feed him.

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