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What kind of birds do you usually find locked up?
Interesting Fact: A female European Starling may try to lay an egg in the nest of another female. A female that tries this parasitic tactic often is one that could not get a mate early in the breeding season. The best females find mates and start laying early. The longer it takes to get started, the lower the probability of a nest’s success. Those parasitic females may be trying to enhance their own breeding efforts during the time that they cannot breed on their own. ( http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/European_Starling/lifehistory )
Wonderful photo and very interesting information.
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The white speckles on her chest look like tiny hearts.
Now that I look at it, they do like little harts. Thank you for stopping by and sharing that with us. 🙂
Fun shares and reads. I really enjoy your blog. Meredith
Thank you very much, it make me extremely happy to see that you enjoy my work. 🙂