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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?


Wren Eggs And ?

8 responses to “Wren eggs and ?”

  1. Caleb Koser says:

    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.

  2. Caleb Koser says:

    The second photo.

  3. Caleb Koser says:

    It can’t be a wren because their not a lay eggs in other bird’s nests or mockingbird.

  4. Caleb Koser says:

    They do not.

  5. Ava says:

    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.

  6. Texas Bird Family says:

    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.

  7. Texas Bird Family says:

    It is 4 wren eggs and 2 cowbird eggs.

  8. Caleb Koser says:

    Look at your pictures. You have mockingbird eggs that look just like that.

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