Our swallows now have three eggs and the wrens in Piermont are doing, well, something, in their box.
Mrs. Swallow spent much of her morning in the box. When she ventured out for brunch, dad popped in to count the eggs. Dad spent much of his morning perched on his 'deck' - the perch I clamped to the hummingbird feeder for the hummers. We had a nice conversation while I had my breakfast this morning.
Here's mom fidgeting in the box for a bit.
The wrens at the Piermont Library continue to arrange the sticks in one of the boxes at the Piermont Library. I want to believe they're forming a nest at the back of the box, but don't get your hopes up yet.
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The cameras are mounted inside the boxes to let us watch without disturbing the birds.