On Ascension Day 21 May 2009 to the very crowded Amstelpark in Amsterdam. On the west side of the park flew a mistle thrush. It appeared it had young's. Incredible how easy the bird succeeded in getting the largest worms out of the ground. On 23 May two of the young landed close by pursuing the adult, see last picture. On 24 May there were four juveniles. They weren't fed by the parent bird, but succeeded in feeding by themselves. The parent bird didn't show up, maybe busy with the second nest.

Pictures: Panasonic Lumix 12x zoom on tripod.