Nests of birds Nesting birds buildings are extremely diverse. Kulik-galstushnik lays eggs (always 4) directly on the sand on the bank of a river or lake, and the nightjar and the owl in the woods in a barely noticeable hole in the ground. Kingfisher and Swallow coast dig narrow, long holes in the steep banks of the river. The nest is placed at the end of a hole in its expansion. Larks, skates and yellow wagtails build their nests in a hole in the ground of grass stems. In large predators - eagles, hawks and vultures, nesting on the tops of trees or in the mountains, although nests are large, but primitive and built of large and small tree branches.
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