A parent Bewick's wren heading in to feed the brood
By the way, they fledged two days later. It's hard to believe they could be ready.
The house we are building in Arocutin, a small village on the west side of Lake Patzcuaro, has two active nests right now. Each has four baby birds. One nest is a Bewick's wren; the other is a Barn swallow. I sure wish Barn swallows were as tidy as Violet-green swallows. The latter use fecal sacs!