Camera currently showing deer that are sticking close to homes that are backing onto a large forest / marsh area.
They are presumably avoiding the large number of wolves and coyote who also inhabit this area.
Unfortunately the Warblers didnt stand a chance with the number of Crows and Ravens around and was raided.
The pair will be preparing a new nest for another try and we will keep an eye out for it.
In this 29 degC weather the parents have been spreading their wings over the nest to shade the young from the sun.
You can see the parents occasionally pick out a white poop sac so there is no odor coming from the nest.
We believe most birds do this.
The Yellow Warbler pair made a nest in a fairly conspicuous spot.
We are surprised they have not been bothered by predator birds as a number of young Crows have been hanging around "crowing" to be fed by their parents.
Photo below was taken yesterday
Chicks are less than one day old.