I ended up taking a bazillion photos of the young family and thought I'd share.
First, here's your cast:
MommaI probably got too interested in these birds, but I have to say I was pretty impressed. Unlike some human parenting structures, both momma and poppa took turns feeding their young -- alternating trips to gather bugs and bringing them back to the nest on a near-constant basis.
For whatever reason, I hadn't realized that fledglings aren't necessarily able to fly when they leave their nest.
Another thing I hadn't realized is that the bird parenting doesn't end when the babies leave the nest. As an example, here's dad, providing a tasty berry snack to his out-of-the-home progeny.