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    Mourning Dove Nest on my wood pile! NOT safe, please help...

    Update for you all. What an incredible experience! The babies hatched and are now fledged in my backyard. They are mostly huddled together under a big bush and doing great. They did a fantastic job on the wood pile, Mom and Dad were amazing! We got to see the entire process close, newborn to...
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    Mourning Dove Nest on my wood pile! NOT safe, please help...

    Thank you Lisa and KC. I really appreciate the additional responses. I will keep you posted if/when they've hatched. We can peek out at them from our bathroom window without disturbing them. Patio is basically off limits for now :) p.s. good to know about the Federal Law, I didn't know this.
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    Mourning Dove Nest on my wood pile! NOT safe, please help...

    Thank you Kits, as difficult as it is, I will do just that. I figured this would be the answer, but had to ask anyway. I just want the little ones to be OK even though I know the reality of nature can be harsh. Thank you again for the quick reply.
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    Mourning Dove Nest on my wood pile! NOT safe, please help...

    Hi, we have a Mom and Dad Mourning Dove pair that made a super-flimsy nest on top of our 4ft wood pile on our covered and hidden-from-predators back porch. It has two lovely eggs. We are four days into the nesting, Mom and Dad are doing a great job. BUT, the nest (layer of twigs really) is...
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    Hi! Joined solely b/c I am in need of Dove Love Help...

    Hi, glad to have found this forum. I love birds, love all wildlife, but I am not an expert, just a love my backyard (North East) as it attracts all sort of birds -- owls, blue jays, finches, cardinals, woodpeckers, hummingbirds, etc...AND Mourning Doves... Now, I need to find the place to post...
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