Birds are one of the most beautiful creatures. You might have seen them gathering things like twigs and dried grass to make a nest.
You may have seen it glide smoothly in the air and settle in the surrounding trees. Then you will see that there are cubs in the nest.
Someone may be curious about the nest and come closer and admire the beauty. But experts say it is better not to do so. Nancy Kennan, editor of the newspaper, says it is better to use binoculars if you want to keep the distance.
"If the birds nest near the house, the mother birds will not feed the birds if there are people around, so it is good to fall as far as possible," Kenan added.
In fact, some birds warn their cubs to keep silent and warn people that they are too close.
In addition to that, you can expose your location to bird predators. Kenyan told a wildlife photographer, "I wanted to take a nest close up, but when they left, a crow came and stole the eggs."
Birds have their own way to protect their nests. One, the shorebird relies on the nest to attract predators.
Conversely, black starlings become more aggressive to defend their nests. Kenyan said these birds attack the predators when they get close. Similarly, owls, hawks, and even hummingbirds exhibit aggressive behavior when a potentially dangerous predator hides in their area.
"Summer is the time for birds to lay eggs, so keep your pets indoors and prune trees until September and avoid nests," Kenan advised.