how to tell when a bird egg was laid?

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The average temperature at 7 km above the Earth's surface is around -20C and continues to fall with increasing height until 15 km is reached where there is a rising trend.

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Well, guess what? Not only do we now have four (not three) baby birds, but we figured out what happened. Apparently, bird eggs turn a color that blends into the surroundings (in this case, the bottom of the nest) and "spread out". My husband took a good look not long ago and saw three brown areas ...

Answered: About Two weeks ago my Nanday Conure laid 7 eggs ...

Call her Vet, she may have complications from the birth that she's trying to pinpoint. Better to be safe!

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Thanks for the update. I was curious if the parents would return. I hope those kids don't come back, either. I would be hard pressed to keep my temper around kids like that. Hopefully they will find some poisonous snakes to play with.

Answered: I found these eggs in my house what animal is it??

I live in southern california. I have seen small eggs like those you described around my home. My boys were very curious so they didn't disturb them but kept a close eye one them. One day they were able to see the tiny eggs hatch...BABY GECKO LIZARDS!
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