Looks like only 3 of the 4 eggs hatched. I do know that she layed the last egg perhaps days after the first, so maybe there is hope.
Here are some videos. I cannot see into the nest, so I take these when the mom and dad fly far away to look for food by raising the phone up above my head. I do see their yellow beaks pop up when mom comes back with food. I need to take a video of that. :c(
Yesterdays video... they sure look funny! I raised the phone back up when I heard the little chirps:
http://s824.photobucket.com/albums/zz16 ... robin2.mp4
This morning's video. Getting fluffier. If you look carefully at the baby to the right you can see it's bottom half is still in the egg.
http://s824.photobucket.com/albums/zz16 ... robin3.mp4
Took this one a few minutes ago. A kissing sound raised all their heads the first time. Second time only one raised the head. Guess they are tired.
http://s824.photobucket.com/albums/zz16 ... robin4.mp4
Mom is getting used to me for sure. She does not fly away if I open the door gently to go out of the house, and she never flies away if I am walking past the nest to go into the house.
USDA Zone 6
Having a bluebird trail in a local park, I am used to seeing young'ens throughout the season. Aren't they fun to watch? They look like they have little Mohawks! Enjoy em , they grow up quickly!