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Ava Johnson

Elkins, AR, USA


Two nests I found in a shrub/tree in one of my relative’s yard. One is an active Brown Thrasher nest with three eggs. The other is right next to it about 6 feet high and it is made of sticks, a pink string, and some other random materials. I didn’t get a good look at the inside.


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Brown Thrasher Eggs And Nest ID Help!

The eggs

7 responses to “Brown Thrasher eggs and Nest ID help!”

  1. what habitat do you live in?

  2. Northern mockingbird,gray catbird,song sparrow,maybe?

  3. Keep a good eye on the bird flying back to the nest & than you might know what bird it is.🐦

  4. Texas Bird Family says:

    Given the pink ribbon I’m guessing a grackle.

    • Texas Bird Family says:

      Sounds like a female grackle as they are brown and put string, rope, etc in their nests.

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