No, the chicks do that themselves.
in an egg in their mothers nest
to nest in your mothers loines
It's perfectly fine to throw away the nest; your hamster will build a new one!
usually it is the larger siblings that throw the smaller ones out of the nest so that they can get more food from the parents
No, he sits on the mothers face.
you could throw it to a tree
after the babies are gone
I found a nest nest approx. 1 foot in diameter in North Texas at my mothers house! largest one I've seen..
== == Most predation on this species occurs to eggs or nestlings. Great horned owls are known predators of a hawk nestlings. Corvids are know also as predators of eggs and nestlings.
Occasionally a Great Horned Owl or raccoon in the nest is a threat to the nestlings. Very few other than humans, except for other eagles attacking eagles and young.
The mothers catch the food eat it up;throw it up and the babies eat outta there mothers mouth.
no newborns only drink the mothers milk and stay in the nest
probably in the spring tiime>
Owl nestlings have traditional nest predators like raccoons, squirrels, and other birds. Adult owls, however, have very few natural predators. Larger owls and birds are generally their only predatory danger.
if u lick them and throw lemon juice on there nest they will thank you by giving you potatoes