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December 01, 2010

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Rachel

i love nests ~ thanks for sharing, especially the super huge nests in Africa (from the YouTube video), unbelievable !

Dragonfly

Fabulous! The wonderful David Attenborough and chocolate eggs!
I didn't know of the word nidification, but I love it.

Sonia

aww such a wonderful post ! I looooved the first video, with the little weavers' heads peeking (ok, I thought it was so adorable, I'm pityful) I need to find the book I mentionned on your Flickr stream. Thank you so much for sharing, my friend ! oxox

joanie

WOW! A tailor bird, perfect. I love that museum sample too - just wonderful. Thanks for the links too.

Patricia Longoria

I'm blown away!

Lovely World

These nests make me think of my own nesting in for winter. Also, now that the foliage has fallen, I have been noticing so many nests about the fields and meadows and even along my own driveway (we live up into the woods a bit). All those secret hiding spots revealed! Glad you had such fun seeing all this.

melissa

thank you for introducing me to the word 'nidification'. :)

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