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 literally on a space between two pieces of wood which underneath is just more logs and spaces between the logs. The entire pile of wood is like this -- rollercoaster of logs and spaces between the logs -- ie., baby could easily fall through and down, down, down....Ugh....I am so worried about the future babies. Can I stuff some more twigs under the space under the nest? Newspaper? Old towel? Or, just close my eyes and pray??? Thank you in advance. P.S. Mom and Dad never leave the nest, so if I did stuff something into the space, will they come back (I am assuming if I approach the wood pile, they will get scared and fly away, but will they come back)??