An American robin (Turdus migratorius) has built a nest within the confines of the honeysuckle covering our mailbox. Everytime someone approaches the mailbox the poor bird flies away to the nearest tree. Today, I had to disturb it to take these pictures.
While she eyed me suspiciously from afar, I lifted the camera above the nest and blindly took a picture of the inside: 3 eggs.
According to All About Birds, the robin eggs' incubation time is 12-14 days. We first noticed this bird about a week ago. So we may have another week or so before the babies arrive.
First update is here and the end of the story is here.