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People With Gardens Are Asked To Check For Tiny Eggs Before They Hatch This Spring!

Spring has sprung in many parts of the United States already. I know my azaleas are already in full bloom! Spring is a time of renewal and of life. Animals reproduce and have their babies. Plants break through the ground and start to reach towards the sky. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service knows all too well the changes that occur in nature at this time of the year.

This year, they are warning everyone about what to do (and what not to do) if you should happen to find a hummingbird nest. The eggs are so tiny and may be irresistible to many.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is asking that you resist the temptation to touch or disturb the nest in any way.

They posted a message on their Facebook page, which has gotten a lot of attention and has spread around the internet quickly.