LATEST - Sunday, 28May 2006
So sad to report that this morning, we discovered that the eggs have disappeared; and there are no signs of the bird. We simply have no idea what had taken place. Hope that they will come again. I heard from my children that last year, the same kind of bird laid some eggs in a nest in my neighbour's back yard just beside ours. On that occasion, the eggs did hatched successfully. I will see if they have any photos to share with you. Could it be that this bird(s) were from that generation?
Here are another 2 photos taken on 24 May 2006.
I notice that sometimes the bird faces a different direction.
I am wondering. Are there 2 birds instead of just the mother. I understand from a similar post at Bird Ecology Study Group, Nature Society (What Happened to Yellow-vented Bulbuls Chicks) that both parents take turns to hatch the eggs. That story ended in tragedy. I hope mine has a happy ending.
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