...of baby Eastern Phoebes. Count them, if you can. There are five of them nesting in a mudded nest on top of one of our porch columns. They are the first of the flycatchers to nest in Spring mudding their nests to the wall and tops of columns, especially under bridges. They have two nest fulls every Spring, guess that is because they start so early. Our first nest full of five just up and died, it was weird, but all these little babies seem to be healthy and will soon be leaving the nest. Mom and dad work tirelessly sitting on tree branches catching bugs as they fly by and they take turns flying to the nest to feed the little birds. Needless to say, they have made a huge mess on my porch, but I can clean it up when they are gone. Happy Sunday to you All!!