In mid April we found a new nest on the rafters under our deck. We felt like expectant parents the day our son announced he saw a Robin sitting in the nest. We tried to limit our activity around the nest. But one evening my husband and I assembled a shed on our patio while our Robin sat still in her nest the whole time. The Robin even tolerated us standing on the deck and looking through the narrow space between deck boards into her nest. We glimpsed the transformation – three bright blue eggs to black and pink squiggles to feather balls. From our basement slider window we watched the Robin fly to her nest with a worm hanging from her beak. The chicks greeted her with wobbly bobbleheads and open funnel-like beaks. Space is tight in the nest, now. See the two beaks?