Because we have a covered front porch, birds are always trying to make a nest in my seasonal wreaths. Typically, I catch them early and toss their sticks and straw away before they get a chance to really start working on it. This time, however, I didn't catch it until the bird was done. That's a bummer, because I think this is a pretty cool little masterpiece, yet I don't really want it sitting on top of my wreath. But just look at that perfect circle - all done by a little bird's beak! And that mud splattered on my door - all brought by a little bird to glue his creation together. Pretty impressive, eh? So, what to do... what to do...? I haven't seen the bird come back since he saw me standing on a ladder looking into his pretty little nest the other day. (I've had my whole family up on the ladder to admire his/her hard work.) So what do you think? Leave it? Toss it? Anyone know much about birds to know if it's going to come back? How cool would it be to have little eggs up there waiting to hatch?
The poor little bird worked so hard. What should I do?