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Saturday, April 27, 2013

How to get rid of a family?

Huntsville,  TX


As it really appears all work is about done at this well site, we hope to get the word soon that we are no longer needed.

But wait!  We have a problem.


Yup, this family has built a home and moved in on one of our slide rails.   What to do!  What to do!

Do they look old enough they will be leaving the nest soon?   If not, then what.


This is proof positive that we really have been sitting in one place too long!


9 comments:

Texas Yellow Rose said...

Is there a resource near you like Fish and Game or perhaps someone at Huntsville State Park who could give some info or assistance? Just a thought. :)

Judy and Emma said...

I think those little ones look like they will be leaving the nest in the next couple of days. Hang tight!

Paul and Marsha Weaver OCT. 17, 2009 said...

I hope Judy is right and you don't have to make any decision on what to do.

Donna K said...

Awww, so cute. Hope Judy is right.

Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

Good thing you spotted them, I might not have looked there!

Laurie and George said...

They look old enough that they won't be there much longer. We've had problems in this park with birds building nests in the fifth-wheel kingpin housing. Most everyone is duct-taping garbage bags around them to keep them out!

JO said...

One they do leave get rid if the nest. But they are so cute.

Jim and Judy said...

I will have to check the slide area more closely now before pushing the "slide in" button. I agree the birds are just about ready to fledge.

Donna W. said...

Of course Judy is right, she knows everything when it comes to birds!
Jay and Stella have a robin's nest with just 1 egg that has been built in their fivers ladder. Last year we took a whole brood to florida in the neck of our fiver. Helen had fed them until they were able to be on their own. afterall their mother was still in missouri.