This is MOTHER version of previous one (http://500px.com/photo/51541334).

If somebody would like to baseless accusations, read below first.
Aya de Ruiter gave these comments and information.

maybe, before posting comments that could hurt somebody, get's somebody's picture banded etc., some reading would be advised...this is a piece about the flycatcher chicks..also could explain why the baby is out of the nest early..(besides that it could have fallen etc.)

http://www.medwelljournals.com/fulltext/?doi=rjbsci.2009.1244.1249

The nestlings opened their eyes fully on day 7-8 and left the nest on day 10-11 before they were able fly properly. The nestlings made a begging call with their neck stretched out to try to reach the parent’s bill and their gape opened so that their yellow palate was visible. A successful breeding cycle lasted 24-30 days including 2-4 days of egg-laying, 12-15 days of incubation and 10-11 days of parental care of nestlings in the nest. Fledgling success was 44.4%.

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