NO! The mother will either not find the nest so she wont come back, or the mother did find it, and will not come back. The mother birdie will consider the eggs "spoiled" because someone else touched her nest so she will assume that "it" (her nest) and everything in it is bad, andwill go off and lay some more fertile eggs. ( It is likely that the mother will not go near your backyard, or where ever you did this around for fear of her nexteggs being "spoiled" again. If you think I am being mean, I am trying not to, but this is the explanation I have.(Next time if it is bothering yopu a lot, wait a few days, and If they do not hatch, or something like that, to have a chance of the eggs "not being spoiled" USE GLOVES TO REMOVE IT, AND MAKE SURE THE MOM DOESNT SEE YOU.
bird expert. I take in sick or wounded birds, and have some birds myself.
· 1 decade ago