oh this is so amazing!
perhaps I can be an elephant nanny one day 🙂
The eggs have hatched !!!
I can’t get a decent look and I have no idea how many there are. my guess is 3 .
I did get a peak of one of the babies poking it’s beak out crying for food while the mom was away but as soon as the mom is back and I am watching she covers the babies. she doesn’t even want to feed them if I am watching.
both mom and dad are busy finding food pretty much all day long .
have a great week!
Today is empty the tanks day.
If you don’t live near a marine park or a protest I ask that you share on social media the importance of this event.
It’s time to end the slavery of these amazing animals. They belong in the ocean. Help spread the word to those who are blinded by the advertisements from these places. Help educate those who are still buying tickets. Please remember how powerful each one of us is, by simply voting with our money; we can put an end to these parks and empty the tanks.
Spread the message !
please spread the word
end elephant poaching!
they are being poached for ivory and their meat … so if there is no demand then no poaching! the power is in our hands !
we must protect these amazing animals!
So I mentioned here that I have a robin family who decided to set up right by my window in an evergreen tree
well it seems that the mommy robin has had her eggs sometime in the last 24 hours
I have not had a chance to see how many exactly, but I got a glimpse and can see that there are indeed eggs in there now
this is a really bad picture but you can see the light blue egg
“A clutch consists of three to five light blue eggs, and is incubated by the female alone. The eggs hatch after 14 days,” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_robin)
so now we wait 2 weeks 🙂