Good Question 'Reply All': Robin Eggs, Fine Money & Dog SmellToni Lynn from North St. Paul asked: Why are robin eggs blue? According to DNR bird expert Carol Henderson, the pigments in the blood of the mom robin are embedded into the egg shell as the egg passes through the oviduct before it's laid.

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