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I’m not sure what the blue speckled eggs are. The pink/brown ones are Wren, they have set up the nest in one of my hanging plants in my porch. Anyone have any ideas?
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You have 2 mockingbird eggs and 4 cowbird eggs. Do NOT remove the cowbird or mockingbird eggs. It’s illegal. The blue speckled eggs are the mockingbird. You can see on the homepage, there’s a mockingbird picture with 2 eggs.
The second photo.
It can’t be a wren because their not a lay eggs in other bird’s nests or mockingbird.
They do not.
Have you actually seen the Carolina Wrens at the nest? The white and brown eggs do look like Carolina Wren eggs, but I guess they could be Brown-Headed Cowbird eggs.
Those are Carolina Wren eggs. The two other eggs are cowbird eggs. Do NOT remove them as that is a prison-worthy crime. Mockingbird eggs are blue with brown speckles.
It is 4 wren eggs and 2 cowbird eggs.
Look at your pictures. You have mockingbird eggs that look just like that.
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