Four days have elapsed and my feathered friends have grown in leaps and bounds. But still confined to their very cramped quarters, unable to stretch their long legs or flap their fast-growing wings. Definitely the fastest developing parts of their young bodies. To make do, they have had to twist and curl around the tiny space, or hang upside down, or tumble around contorting their feathered bodies.
But one cannot help exhibiting sustained interest and excitement watching how these two have shown tremendous physical improvements over these last three weeks.
Like watching creation sped fast forward.
I have now taken to gingerly patting their heads with a finger and feeding them crushed toasted bread.
I expect any day now these fledglings will be airborne and bound for soaring heights to join their kind. A dream any aspiring human will hanker for.
And that will be the last of them.
I continue to take pleasure in enjoying this first time experience.
Here are the last four days in pictures.
June 10th Wednesday
June 11th Thursday
June 12th Friday
June 13th Saturday