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This House wren layed one egg a week ago than layed two more a week latter than another two the next day. Is this normal for a wren?
Category: Unusual nests
Hi, Generally House Wrens lay up to 8 eggs, and some birds do delay incubation due to a variety of reasons, though it is unusual to have such a staggered egg-laying process like the one you’ve described. Typically, one egg is laid per day, several days in a row until the whole clutch is laid. It’s possible that not all eggs in this clutch will be viable, but unfortunately only time will tell. We’ll send good thoughts your way!
Thanks Ill watch it.
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