I saw this nest in the Clackamas River district at 2500 ft elevation. It is on the side of a fir tree, about five feet above ground level. The larger opening is about the size of a fifty-cent piece (remember those?).
I'm assuming it's a bird's nest. Can anyone help identify which species of bird might have built it?
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The only bird that comes to mind is the Pacific wren. They will take advantage of almost any kind of structure to use as a foundation for a rather messy looking nest and, of course, they are very common in the forest at that elevation.