I’M SO EGG-CITED!

Twin-eggs
“He who steals an egg will steal more” Welsh proverb

I was under the impression that a person who steals something, in the beginning, may repent and change for better in later days.

Probably wise people from Wales can help me why one wants to steal more and more.

Maybe stealing becomes a habit?

The above image is that of a pigeon egg

Pigeons are said to be the number one pest bird problem (Fouling, physical damage, spread of diseases and parasites, consumption of stored food etc)

As you notice, this is a flimsy platform on which the pigeon has gathered dry sticks.

What amazed me was the partially circular or oval shape of the arrangement of the sticks and a few feathers.

Twin eggs this time!

This is the second time that this pigeon had laid eggs (two) using the same nest since this nest was never removed after the first chick flew away. (Literally thrown out by the parents).

The earlier occasion was on the 28th of January 2022 and just one egg was laid.

This time the date of laying the eggs was on the first of April- so I named the future two pigeons April Fool Pigeons.

At this moment I am naming these two eggs as April Fool (twin) Eggs.

I hope I will be able to watch the hatching, young chicks being fed by mama, the timeline of growth and finally leaving the nest. I could not watch much of this during the early occasion.

I hope I will be lucky this time.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is part of John.S’s Cellpic Sunday Photo challenge

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