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I have a nest made of common items found of bird nests but also have eggs. There are five, 3/4 inches long, tan with brown spots, particularly on the wider of the oval ends. Can you tell me what type of bird this is?



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Of course, we have no idea what part of the world you are writing us, so that makes it difficlut to tell. However, if you go to a local library and check out a book on bird nests and bird eggs, you will be able to identify this on your own. good Luck

Steve Sample



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