Cowbirds are not what we would call nurturing parents. They don't bother with making a nest or caring for their young. They lay their eggs, often two to three dozen a summer, in the nests of other birds and just abandon them to be cared for by the unwitting foster parents. Actually, cowbirds are forgoing typical bird behavior to put their energy into producing eggs to increase their numbers.
Not A Nuturing Parent!
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