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RE: Western fence eggs

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Posted by: JasonW at Fri Apr 25 12:38:54 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by JasonW ]  
   

Its hard to say but they may be fine however I guess it all depends on how long they were in the nest box before they were found witch since they were not noticed you really have no idea. Keep an eye on them and look for mold or drying out. Its fairly common for them to maybe "wrinkle" and "swell" as they take in moisture and get closer to the hatching date. however if they start to shrivel and discolor chances are they are bad and should just be tossed. Good luck either way it goes. What do you plan to do with the young? Set them free, keep them?
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