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This is the second time since I bought my house that a bird has nested in my yard. I almost ran over her while mowing, but she flew away as I approached and I saw the nest in time to drive my mower around it. I then avoided that section of the lawn so I wouldn't disturb her anymore.

We're having thunderstorms here today, and I checked on her, and she is sitting there, even with rain, thunder, and lightning.
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gogogo

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing. :-))

Ms_Maddy

:::squinting:::

Tincup

raccoon, what a very sweet relationship you have with that little bird. Long grass at the end of the season seems worth it.

nanab

I hope you get to see the hatchlings before they go off on their own.

racoonstar

The only down side is the eggs will take about 4 weeks to hatch, so that part of my yard is going to be really long before I can mow it again. :D

nanab

Really pretty bird, thanks for the links.
Great driving to have missed that racoon.

racoonstar

I did a quick search for ground nesting birds in Tennessee and found:

https://www.tn.gov/twra/wildlife/birds/killdeer.html

And a closer picture here:

https://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=dsaznuxp

nanab

The wood and hermit thrushes, the northern junco, meadowlark and bobolink all nest on the ground, even in areas where trees and shrubs are available. These species commonly form grass-lined nests.

nanab

Do you know the type of bird racoon?
I don't know of many that nest in the grass.
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