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Cowbird, Brown-headed***

Cowbird, Brown-headed
Spring: 
C
Summer: 
C
Fall: 
FC

Description: Much more common in the Midwest since the time of settlement, these nest parasites lay their eggs in other species nests.  They can be found every where at the Garden looking for nests in which to lay their eggs.  One female can lay 70 eggs in one season.