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Published on Jul 9, 2010
These four baby starlings, Steven and Ginetta's angels, were rescued from their nest in an eaves trough from a new housing development near Calgary, Alberta, Canada on July 7, 2010. Instructed to clean the eaves, Steven chose to rescue the babies instead of breaking their necks, trashing them or sealing them up to die as the other workers would do. Because the birds were now orphaned and homeless, he built them their own home. Ginetta has been tending them and feeding them worms, egg yolks and seed mixture. And now the birds are getting big and strong enough to fly.