Raven’s Nest

Power poles are common sites for bird nests in the desert and on the plains.  This raven has a huge nest made up of the usual sticks and also cloth strips, barbed wire, baling wire and some big pieces of something.
pole nestHere’s a close-up of the nest construction.
pole nest contentsAlong highway 60 east of Mountainair, New Mexico, USA.

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3 Responses to Raven’s Nest

  1. Yvonne says:

    Aren’t birds amazing!

  2. seabluelee says:

    Barbed wire, yowch! Such a contrast with the tiny hummingbird building its nest from spider silk and dandelion fluff. Birds really are amazing!

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