Friday, May 18, 2012

Friday's Foto

American Robins around New York City breed early and often. While some birds have yet to nest or are still sitting on eggs, many robins have already fledged their first brood and are working on a second. It is not unusually for them to raise three broods each year. I found this egg shell resting on a patch of Yellow Wood Sorrel in Green-Wood Cemetery.

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