Depends on how old the embryos were when incubation was interrupted. Far along, they are probably dead. Very early, there’s a chance, especially since it is quite warm. Before the start of incubation, an excellent chance. Of course, it also depends on how many hours ago the nest was hit.
One of Janet Aiken's son's guy hit a turkey nest while mowing. Ryan found it this morning there are six eggs out of nine not broken. Anyone know if they could still be incubated or is it to late?ThanksPete Sar on behalf of JanetSent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone_._,_._,_Sent from
That is so sweeet, and s coool, Judith! Thank you for sharing! I have never seen that particular behavior, but I have witnessed what I think may be interspecies cooperation between birds a few times. Not only with mob behavior around cats in my urban backyard, but also I once saw a