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Robin Nest Cam

You are watching a live cam focused on an American Robin Nest located in Portland, Oregon, USA. This is a 24/7 Livestream, however there isn’t any lighting at night.

2019 Nesting Stats: Robin laid 2 eggs on 6/29/19, 3rd on 7/1/19, 4th was laid on 7/2/19. Incubation is 12-14 days. Hatch ETA is July 11th-13th 2019. Fledge can be expected 14-16 days after hatching.

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Jan
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Jan

Now I’m seeing three of those straw-like things sticking up. concerned

Beryl
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They are tubes, do you think they are to ventilate the nest ? just a thought !

Jan
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Jan

Or support the nest?? I don’t know; it’s weird.

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Beryl

Looking a bit hot !

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TomnLiz Of Littlehouse
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Does anyone know what that object sticking straight up in the nest is? Hope it isn’t sharp. Maybe it’s a plastic straw.

Beryl
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I have been waiting for someone to answer that !

Ruth
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Did anyone retrieve the missing chick

Deborah
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whoever owns this camera has not given an update, it still says 4 baby birds at the top of the video

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Deborah

“was that Mom?” !

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Kasey
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Nice pictures Deb!

Deborah
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she brought snacks! ?

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Deborah
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Deborah

still 3 contentsmile

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TomnLiz Of Littlehouse
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I too noticed that there are only three babies left in the nest. I scrolled back 12 hours and it appears one must’ve fell out overnight. Since it looks like only three where left after daylight.

Deborah
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either that or got pushed out, I don’t know if robins do that though bigfrown

Beryl
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One was much smaller than the others, it just disappeared !