If we stand on a stepstool inside the front door and stand on tiptoe and tip our heads just so. . . we can watch the action in the nest from inside. It's a pretty good view.
We just leave the stool there all the time now, so we can climb up and peek in whenever we walk past. (We also make sure that we never open the front door!)
It's been exciting to watch the process unfold . . . from watching Mama Finch sit on the nest all the time. . . to hatching day. . . to watching the babies grow.
It's a tough angle to see the whole nest through the window. For the entire process, we've thought there were four eggs; four babies. Today, though, we discovered that there are actually five!
I've tried to take photos from time to time, but the angle is just too extreme to get things in focus. This evening, though, I was up on the stool with my camera in hand at Just The Right Time! I was able to capture feeding time in pictures (albeit, not very good ones!) Enjoy!
The babies are getting their feathers now. It's only a matter of days, I think, until they fly away.
(Then. . . I'll be able to remove my eyesore Christmas wreath!)