Tiny grayish birds enter cottony nest in tamarask tree from bottom of nest.

by Lee
(Phoenix Az)

I live in Phoenix AZ. We have tiny grayish birds that come back yearly to a cottony nest they enter from a small opening at the bottom. The nest looks soft it is in the branches of a Tamarisk, near some large Indian Fig cactus.


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