Menetas Akhirnya – Finally the egg hatch


After incubating for 18 days, finally I saw the first evident of successful hatching yesterday. The female Iora brought out the egg shell to make room for the new member of family.
I saw the feeding frenzy with the male and female bringing food to their baby every 15 to 20 minutes.

Female Iora with Egg Shell


Here female with green larva.

Female Common Iora with Food


Male with brown insect.

Male Common Iora with food

The Pair – female with food. They still sit inside the nest, guarding it. Not even a second the nest left unintended. If the male is looking for food, the female sit inside the nest and vise versa.
The chicks are still small and not visible from outside.

Common Iora Pair

10 comments

  1. What a fascinating series of pictures Tabib! You are so fortunate to be able to watch them. Thank you for sharing. I hope you are feeling better!

  2. Hi Tabib,Well I guess you enjoyed this moment a lot and will enjoy the next month quite a lot too, especially when the little ones will show their heads 😉 You got magnificent pictures of the first feeding. Please keep us up-date!

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