If my bird's egg fell out of its nest, do i help it put it back in its nest?
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If you do the mother will not care for the egg possibly eat it
Eggs that have not been damaged or cracked should be put back in the nest, because if they get too cold, the developing baby bird will die.
It's an old wives tale about not touching the eggs (look it up on the net), if it doesn't appear to be damaged, put it back. If the bird intentionally knocked it out of the nest because there may be something wrong with it, they will knock it out again.
In that case, there's no point putting it back in.
I heard that birds can recognize the smell if some one touches it's egg and they does not accept some one touching them
sometimes hens will through out the eggs that are not good, or you will find them on the side of the nest. They know when something is wrong with the egg and it's not going to hatch.
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