I've had some bluebirds building nests in my newspaper box for about 3 years now. I don't know enough about birds to know if it's the same pair. I don't think any babies survived the first year. Last May there were 3-4 young ones who made it. I still have at least 2 eggs in there now, and I honestly can't remember how long they've been there. I'm pretty sure they're no good because they would've hatched a long time ago. About two months ago someone ran into my mailbox post and knocked the mailbox completely off the post. The newspaper box attached to the same post was OK, and the nest was still there, but I imagine the impact ruined the eggs, if that's possible. I know the bluebirds still hang around it, so I'm wondering if I should get the eggs out of the nest, remove the whole nest, or just leave it alone. I want them to try again!