These wild cedar waxwing fledglings were found sitting in the grass in a nearby children’s park. The parents may have urged them out of the nest, but they were unable to fly, climb much, or feed themselves so they may have possibly been knocked out by something else. The nest was far too tall to reach so they made a make-shift nest out of a basket, dry leaves, grass, and ribbon to tie it into the tree. Before she was able to put the nest into the tree, the parents came for a visit and decided to feed the babies while she was hanging on to them. This was a completely wild bird! So cool!
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