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April 24, 2012

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Two years ago, one of my neighbors documented with high quality (with pictures and video) a finch nest on his front door from egg laying all the way through fledging.
http://www.watching-grass-grow.com/house-finch/2010

He also found a hummingbirds nest that he documented here:
http://www.komar.org/faq/travel/hummingbirds/nest/

About four years ago some Bewick's wrens raised a family on oour deck. they built their nest on our windchimes. Since then they have used the nest during the winter. A whole bunch of wrens, as many as six, will huddle together in it. They haven't reused the nest for baby making, however.

Bald eagles with three eaglets in Decorah Iowa
http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles

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