One-day-out fledgling doing fine. Moved from back of bench to a tree. Much safer for night roosting.
At this time of day following sounds is the key to seeing anything. I heard the cheep-cheep and followed my ears. One papa and two robin fledglings, maybe ten days out of the nest.
One baby was beginning to get the idea that food was in the ground. Poking around. Eating bits.
Second baby still yelling for food from parent. After 30 days they're on their own.
I went back to watch the one-day-out baby just in time to see this "drama". Papa found bread. Papa determined to feed baby bread. Baby determined to eat it. Usually eating something takes less than one second. I watched this from 7:14:46 till 7:15:57 and would have stayed longer, but baby moved higher in tree into leaves and I couldn't see what was going on.