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first there were 4 egss, 2 white and 2 spotted. then, there were 6, 3 and 3. then, they birds were born, 1 light bird and 3 dark ones Now there are 3 dark ones

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6 Comments

Scarletthdz
Scarletthdz 5 years ago

There's a strange thing, when we first spotted them there were only 4 eggs, 2 whites and 2 spotted, the next day there were 6 of them like in the picture.
We are thrilled because we can't explain who is it possible that 2 more eggs appeared, and they 1 white and 1 spotted

Scarletthdz
Scarletthdz 5 years ago

Sergio Monteiro, I don't think they are cuckoo eggs though, I believe there aren't cuckoos in Mexico, so it has to be a similar bird.

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 5 years ago

The blue eggs look like Dunnock (Prunella modularis) eggs: http://www.arkive.org/dunnock/prunella-m...

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 5 years ago

Great spotting, ScarlettKaletKale. Couldn't these be cucKoo eggs in some other species nest? The gray, brown spotted eggs look like cuckoo eggs to me.

Scarletthdz
Scarletthdz 5 years ago

Ava T-B, Done! thank you, hope you can help me identify the birds, i believe they are 2 different types of birds. the one who laid the white ones and the spotted ones.

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 5 years ago

Please consider adding this spotting to the Animal Architecture mission at http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8082...

Scarletthdz
Spotted by
Scarletthdz

Puebla, Mexico

Spotted on May 30, 2015
Submitted on May 31, 2015

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