Correction….   Thanks for asking…. It is a house finch…

Thanks for all the advice.  I am thinking moving the flowers might be the best 
solution for my wife….  I doubt I will convince her to not water the flowers 
and not sure the finch would like losing her hiding place and being exposed…  I 
guess we will need to be careful so all are happy.

Interesting about the “laws”….  I had no idea and I am guessing that would be a 
great jeopardy question not many people would get correct….  We should be so 
fortunate to have the same respect and laws for people…….

Thanks to all for the comments.

Marc

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Are you sure it’s a purple finch?
--Marty
Interlaken, NY

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Good Morning,

I am hoping someone can tell me or direct me to some information, please.

We have some purple finches nesting on our front porch in a hanging basket.  I 
saw they have laid eggs.  My wife wants them gone (I am the softee..) as they 
make quite a mess when the young hatch…    It was suggested I move the nest to 
an very nearby weeping birch (where they perch).

Is this a viable option?

Marc

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Wish I could hear this Chris but have eschewed zoom. It's a great story 
nationwide. I had the honor of being the first survey and banding crews in the 
Chesapeake Bay Region back in the early 70s. These were done by a group called 
the Raptor Information Center under the aegis of The National Wildlife 
Foundation. We based in the DC/MD area and worked the watershed of three 
states. A handful of nests in the whole area and very low reproduction rate at 
the beginning. Climbing into an eagle nest was amazing and locked me into 
ornithology for life and a new career field. It is so satisfying to see the 
tremendous increase in these terrific birds with the less than ferocious voices!

Best,
John
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5373 Fitzgerald Rd
Burdett, NY 14818-9626
"Conserve and Create Habitat"
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