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I love nests, beautiful collections from nature.and what a collection this is.Collection of nests

ovinhos! *.*

The bird egg collection at the Delaware Museum of Natural History is an incredible treasure of thousands of eggs from around the world. photo by by Kevin Fleming

Bird watching in your garden  ~  Feed them fresh fruit  ~  Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes

Bird watching - Feed them fresh fruit - Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes. Orioles love grape jelly too and if you put out either one, woodpeckers really like them too. Butterflies like them too.

Nature’s curators: the Vogelkop Bowerbird | ALMF

Nature’s curators: the Vogelkop Bowerbird

A Bower bird's nest. Sculpted just so, scattered with found items, collected to impress females. "Look at all these things I found, care to mate?" Bower birds are artists as each nest is different and each bird decides which items are worth collecting.

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practicesngenres: “ Jere Smith: “Wunderkammer” While doing some research, I discovered that a Cabinet of Curiosities is also termed as Wunderkammer (Cabinet of Wonders). People utilize these cabinets.

humming bird nest

Baby Humming birds - oh my goodness.they're so tiny and sweet all cuddled up together in that teeny little nest :)

Baby Hummingbirds   (Wonder of  Nature  Life &  Beauty )

Baby Hummingbirds (Wonder of Nature Life & Beauty ) - Note: I have no idea why this person would touch the nest.

Hummingbird nest on a peach. Look how small.❣Julianne McPeters❣ no pin limits

Hummingbird nest on a peach. I've found many nests, but never have I seen one on a piece of fruit.

The Hummingbird Nest - the hummingbird nest is so tiny it is not big enough for the babies as they grow, so the bird collects & weaves spider webs into the nest so it will expand as the babies grow. Amazing

Looking for hummingbird nests? They're small and often hidden, but this image by Bill Hilton Jr.via Operation Ruby Throat will give you an idea of what to look for. Do not remove any nests you find because hummers and other birds reuse their nests.

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