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North American Bird Eggs - As with all Bone Clones® products, only the finest casting materials are used to cast our North American Bird Egg Series. Our expert artists paint each with meticulous care to match the eggs that were used in the casting process. Each egg is hand painted with permanent dyes and sealed with a resistant coating that makes it ideal for handling, study, teaching, as well as for display. In nature, eggs vary from region to region as well as from bird to bird. The colors and patterns used were determined by the egg used as well as reference material to find a happy medium that would be representative of the species.

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Catalog #
Product Name Description
North American Bird Egg Set
KO-400
North American Bird Egg SetThis set of North American Bird Eggs consists of 36 eggs. Consisting of our product numbers KO-401 through KO-436...
Eastern Bluebird Egg
KO-401
Eastern Bluebird EggThe nest of the Eastern Bluebird is found in a natural cavity made up of dry grass 3-20 ft up, built mainly by the female. Usually lays 4-5 eggs...
Northern Cardinal Egg
KO-402
Northern Cardinal EggNests of the Northern Cardinal are built by the female and are found in shrubs or vine tangle made of twigs usually 4-6 ft up. Clutches usually are from 2 to 5 eggs...
Gray Catbird Egg
KO-403
Gray Catbird EggThe Gray Catbird nest is usually in a low bush 3-10 ft. high. Made of coarse dead twigs in a cup form. Usually lays 3-5 eggs..
Brown Headed Cowbird Egg
KO-404
Brown Headed Cowbird EggThe Brown Headed Cowbird lays eggs in nests of other species it finds of moderate size. Lays one egg at a time but over the season can lay up to 40 eggs in one year. The young are cared for by the host of the nest...
Whooping Crane Egg
KO-405
Whooping Crane EggThe Whooping Crane nests on the ground of marshes surrounded by water 8-18 inches high. There is a slight depression where 1-2 eggs are laid...
American Crow Egg
KO-406
American Crow EggAmerican Crows are smart, social, noisy birds distributed in North America. The nest is built, preferably in evergreen trees, by both parents...
Mourning Dove Egg
KO-407
Mourning Dove EggThe Mourning Dove usually nests in trees or shrubs over an old nest. Their nest is composed of small twigs 10-25 feet high. Often they will also nest above traffic lights or on ledges of houses. Lays 2 eggs...
Rock Dove Egg
KO-408
Rock Dove EggCommonly known as the 'feral pigeon' or simply 'pigeon,' the Rock Pigeon has been domesticated for over 3,000 years. Originating in the eastern hemisphere, they are now found worldwide. Bred by fanciers for showing and to be eaten as squab...
Mallard Duck Egg
KO-409
Mallard Duck EggThe male Mallard is easily recognized, with its iridescent green head and yellow bill...
Bald Eagle Egg
KO-410
Bald Eagle EggWeighing nearly 14 pounds and having a wingspan of around 7 feet, the Bald Eagle is one of the largest North American birds...
Golden Eagle Egg
KO-411
Golden Eagle EggNests of the Golden Eagle, constructed by the male and female pair, are made up of thick branches, twigs or stems and are commonly found on ledges...
Great Egret Egg
KO-412
Great Egret EggThe Great Egret is smaller than the otherwise very similar white morph of the Great Blue Heron; it has the same S-shaped neck, long legs and beak, and wide wingspan...
Peregrine Falcon Egg
KO-413
Peregrine Falcon EggThe Peregrine Falcon breeds in a wide range of habitats. Nests on ledges of cliffs or, if in the city, ledges of city buildings. The nest is a hollow scrape with no material added...
House Finch Egg
KO-414
House Finch EggThe House Finch nests in a wide variety of areas where a ledge is available. The females build the nests and normally lays 4-5 pale blue eggs...
Northern Flicker Egg
KO-415
Northern Flicker EggThe Northern Flicker is a woodpecker, but unlike the usual woodpecker, it digs in the ground for ants and beetles....
American Goldfinch Egg
KO-416
American Goldfinch EggThe nest of the American Goldfinch is found near water and is composed of plant material and lined with plant down. The female incubates the eggs which range from 4-6...
Canada Goose Egg
KO-417
Canada Goose EggCanada Goose nests are often in tall trees made of twigs and finer material, which is added later. Five to six eggs are laid once per year and are guarded by the male but incubated by the female...
Red-tailed Hawk Egg
KO-418
Red-tailed Hawk EggThe Red-tailed Hawk usually lays 2-3 eggs in tall trees near open spaces where they can have good visibility...
Great Blue Heron Egg
KO-419
Great Blue Heron EggThe nests of the Great Blue Heron are often built in tall trees. The eggs in the clutch size of 2-6 are incubated by both parents for about a month...
Blue Jay Egg
KO-420
Blue Jay EggBlue Jays are monogamous, forming pairs that often last until the death of one mate. Their migratory habits remain a mystery...
Western Scrub-Jay Egg
KO-421
Western Scrub-Jay EggThe Western Scrub-Jay is found in the lowlands of the southwestern region of North America. This noisy, animated, blue jay is a common resident of backyards...
American Kestrel Egg
KO-422
American Kestrel EggAmerican Kestrels don't build nests but look for tree holes or natural crevices. Clutch size is 4-5 eggs..
Killdeer Egg
KO-423
Killdeer EggThe Killdeer Eggs are hatched in a shallow scrape sometimes lined with small debris, pebbles and grainy material. Breeding is commonly done in open spaces on the ground. Usually lays 4 eggs...
Common Loon Egg
KO-424
Common Loon EggThe nests of the Common Loon are found on raised ground near water. They consist of a hollow scrape with very little nesting material. Two eggs are usually incubated...
Western Meadowlark Egg
KO-425
Western Meadowlark EggThe Western Meadowlark lays 5 eggs, often twice a year in open as well as cultivated areas where crops are grown...
Northern Mockingbird Egg
KO-426
Northern Mockingbird EggThe Mockingbird builds nests in a variety of areas: city trees and brush, open prairies, and often very near dwellings. Clutch size is 2-6 eggs, produced 2 or 3 times a year...
American Robin Egg
KO-427
American Robin EggThe American Robin nests in many varied sites from grasslands to farmlands to forests and yards. Lays 3-5 eggs 2 to 3 times in a year...
Barn Owl Egg
KO-428
Barn Owl EggThe female lays an average of 6 eggs but can produce over 10 in a clutch. The nest is constructed of the female's own pellets...
Great Horned Owl Egg
KO-429
Great Horned Owl EggThe name of the Great Horned Owl is inspired by the tufts above its ears. It is found in a wide variety of habitats, more than any other owl...
Eastern Screech Owl
KO-430
Eastern Screech OwlEastern Screech-Owls build their nests in trees east of the Rockies. The female lays usually 3-4 eggs per clutch once a year...
Snowy Owl Egg
KO-431
Snowy Owl EggThe Snowy Owl nests on the ground in the arctic with a clutch that depending on the food supply can range from 4-10 per year...
Osprey Egg
KO-432
Osprey EggThe Osprey nest is huge, sometimes up to 5 feet across. They are found on tree tops and rocks near water. Usually 3 per clutch...
European Starling Egg
KO-433
European Starling EggThe European Starling will nest practically anywhere, from forests to inside chimneys. Its clutch size is from 3-6 and it may have one or two broods a year...
Whip-poor-will Egg
KO-434
Whip-poor-will EggThe Whip-poor-will lays its eggs on the ground, often on leaves once or twice a year averaging 2 per clutch...
Wild Eastern Turkey Egg
KO-435
Wild Eastern Turkey EggThe Wild Eastern Turkey lays its eggs once a year, averaging 10 but sometimes laying up to 20. The nests are on the ground, often under shrub cover, and are made from scattered leaves and vegetation...
House Wren Egg
KO-436
House Wren EggThe House Wren, as its name implies, is often found around human habitation, which provides many little hidden spaces perfect for a nest...
Marbled Murrelet Egg
KO-437
Marbled Murrelet EggThe Marbled Murrelet is a small seabird that lives along the coastline of the Pacific Northwest. They build their nests, up to 20 miles from the sea, in the old-growth forests of the region...
Horned Puffin Egg
KO-438
Horned Puffin EggAlso known as the Sea Parrot, the Horned Puffin is one of the most common birds in the North Atlantic. It sheds the outer layers of its bill as winter approaches...
   
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