From Color to Camouflage

The previous post on poppies promoted the value of color. This post proves the value of camouflage. Kildeer birds have been building nests at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. The first nest we saw was in the middle of a gravel parking lot, with the stones carefully placed in a vortex pattern. It’s no longer occupied. The location was a poor choice. The nest depicted here is in a bark-mulched planting bed.

We’re hoping for complete success for this nest.

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