|Thanks, Livio, for looking. But that is just the problem... the overexposure. I must have taken 100 pictures of these little guys, and there is not ONE that I am really happy with. The nest is well-protected inside the foliage of the tree. If I find a hole, and shoot from the outside, the background is extremely busy, as you will see all the twigs and leaves. If I shoot from the "inside" of the tree, there are other problems. If I don't use flash, there is not enough light and it is all dark and grainy. If I DO use the flash, it is overexposed and harsh. Any suggestions?
I am afraid they would have fledged by the time I go back to school on Monday, but just in case...