Subject: Do Cardinals move their babies if they feel the nest isn't save for them?
Date: Thu May 20 18:57:51 2004
Posted by Jamie
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Aurora State/Province: Ohio
Country: United States
Area of science: Zoology
I have a Cardinal nest with two (2) eggs. One hatched a couple weeks ago and
this morning the mother and the one baby are gone. I know that the baby was
too young to fly so could the mother have moved the baby to another location if
she felt that they were in danger of us walking up the sidewalk past it daily?
I am concerned something happened to the baby.
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