By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — Seems Chicago’s most popular birds on Montrose Beach have been ruffling each other’s feathers.

The piping plover couple, Rose and Monty, have a new nest and have laid a new egg.

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Piping Plover Enclosure

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It only took them six or so days, since their other eggs were eaten by a skunk, to reproduce.

Bird watchers said Rose selected a new spot high on the protected beach using bright white shelves.

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A new enclosure is now in place around them. It’s much bigger and stronger with gauge wires and welds.

A camera is also up to watch the pair.

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Volunteers are out there from sunrise to sunset to help protect and cheer them on.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff