Killdeer nest on open ground, often on gravel. They may use a slight depression in the gravel to hold the eggs, but they don’t line it at all, or line it only with a few stones. Wood thrush, Hermit thrush and Veery and a loud little warbler called the “Ovenbird” also nest on the ground. Various types of sparrows, such as Meadowlarks and Bobolinks favor hay patches and meadows to nest in. Larger birds and game birds, like Turkeys, also are known to nest on the ground.
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