I have to get my brooder ready in the coop today. I'm expecting chicks the first of next week and will be out of town the next few days. So I only have today to get things ready...always procrastinating! Anyway, I am cleaning out a coop that has been empty since last spring. We decided to put them in the fully enclosed coop this year to protect them from our birdeating barn cat. I had some plastic sheeting stapled up over one wall, don't remember why. I had left the windows open so that air would circulate while it was empty. When I pulled the sheeting down there was this crazy looking bird's nest behind it, propped up on the framework. Its huge and the bird lives in a tunnel like thing inside...wish I had pics to post. Anyway, I am needing to bleach out the house and don't want wild birds nesting in there. In the past I've been successful at relocating nests, but it takes alot of effort. I don't want to go through the trouble of moving a "dead" nest. There are four little eggs inside. Could this be this years eggs'? It seems early to me. I'm in SC. TIA!