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Mia, John, Abby, Johny C

Villages Of Bear Creek, TX, USA


Little used nest in a Crepe myrtle tree. About 6 feet from the ground.

Unknown Nest In A Crepe Myrtle Tree

Nest in a Crepe myrtle tree

5 responses to “Unknown nest in a Crepe myrtle tree”

  1. Ava Johnson says:

    Is it just sticks, or are there other materials like mud, plastic, snakeskin?

  2. Ava Johnson says:

    Could be a Northern Cardinal nest or Northern Mockingbird nest I think.
    What kind of habitat is around the nest?

  3. Texas Bird Family says:

    It’s in someone’s yard. Near a fence near the sidewalk. I think it had some leaves in it too but mostly sticks.

  4. Ava Johnson says:

    I think it is probably a Northern Cardinal nest based on the location, and the materials it’s made of. It also looks a lot like the Cardinal nest that I’ve been monitoring.
    I’m no nest expert though so I could be wrong!

  5. Texas Bird Family says:

    Thank you.

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