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2011-01-17 09:09:35
Or it could even be part of a scientific experimwnt in which ornitholigists removed the eggs, painted them this color, then replaced them to see if the birds would recognize them as their own. Or it might be the work of some deranged person who goes around switching eggs in birds nest in a wicked attempt to confuse the poor creatures . Or perhaps this is a robin's nest but because of the economy the robins got upside-down on their mortgage and had to sub-let the nest in order to make their payments and are now living at the Motel 6. One really never knows for certain.
2011-01-17 07:10:05
Sure, it happens... Have a nice day, But Maybe :)
2011-01-17 05:53:24
But maybe it is a robin's nest, but some other kind of bird came along and laid its eggs in it. That does happen sometimes, doesn't it?
2011-01-17 05:02:39
I think it's a nice photo, too, otherwise I wouldn't have cared whose nest it was. But it never ceases to amaze me that some photographers don't know what they're looking at....
2011-01-17 01:46:17
I have no idea. The site where I found the pic said they were robin's eggs, but for all I know they might belong to a parrot named Robin. I just thought it was a nice photo.
2011-01-17 00:37:28
Which robin would that be? The American Robin’s eggs are sky blue or blue-green and unmarked. The European Robin’s eggs are a cream, buff or white speckled or blotched with reddish-brown color.