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Yellow Warbler mothering Cowbird

 
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Jul 19, 2008 19:33 |  #1

Caught these two way up in my tree earlier this week. Just funny to see with the size difference of the parent and the juvenile.


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Jul 19, 2008 19:54 |  #2

Always funny to sse, but the cowbirds aren't that smart. They have been known to lay their eggs in hawks nests. ;)


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Jul 19, 2008 19:56 |  #3

canonloader wrote in post #5944120 (external link)
Always funny to sse, but the cowbirds aren't that smart. They have been known to lay their eggs in hawks nests. ;)

Laying their eggs in hawks nests. Bet that works out really well ;-)a


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Jul 19, 2008 20:00 |  #4

Poor little Warbler, I'll bet she is wore out!




  
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Jul 19, 2008 20:14 |  #5

Redrib wrote in post #5944146 (external link)
Poor little Warbler, I'll bet she is wore out!

She has to be quite busy since I also heard another cowbird chick up higher in the tree. When she left two flew after her!
Poor momma--


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