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Nests in an Open Field

May 11, 2014
By DR. SCOTT SHALAWAY - Outdoors Columnist , The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

Almost overnight the old field below the house has greened up, and birds have set up nesting territories. Bluebirds were the first to lay eggs because the nest box protects the eggs from the elements. Within just a few weeks, however, field sparrows, indigo buntings, white-eyed vireos, and cardinals have also established territories.

 
 
 

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