Mostly Black, long beak, found in a sand hole

by Sandra Linn
(Pine River, MN)


These babies were found in a sand hole. The hole is fairly small... size of a large man fist. There were probably 6 or so babies in there. Have checked on them a few times and never seen the mother. Two weeks ago they looked like baby pterodactyl (obviously not but they were featherless and looked pretty funny). What are they?

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