No, they lay powder blue eggs.
They lay their eggs in spring and summer.
They lay 4-5 powder blue eggs.
Yes, they do. They usually lay 4 to 7 powder blue eggs per nest.
Many thrushes lay blue eggs, including robins and bluebirds.
Robins, bluebirds and certain types of sparrows and finches lay blue eggs.
They la 4-6 eggs per nest.
Usually 4-5 powder blue eggs per nest.
There are several species of birds other than robins that lay blue eggs. Bluebirds lay blue eggs, as well as starlings and house finches.
Normally light blue, but sometimes a white clutch is found.
A crystal red shrimp will not lay eggs. They will carry there eggs for exactly 28 days.
Usually bluebirds lay 4-6 powder blue eggs.
No, only female red eared sliders lay eggs.
April in the south, May in the northern parts of it's range. May lay as early as late February in Florida.
red eyed tree frogs lay their eggs in early spring
yes, all frogs lay eggs.