"The nest was already established and had babies in it. We didn't want to hurt the birds. So we dealt with it," said Pierce.
But their mail carrier offered a better solution. If they put a bucket by the side of their fence he would drop letters there.
"Which I thought was kinda cool cause he was going to work it out. So I thought I would help him out and one up him by moving the mail box. So he still had some place nice and secure to put the mail," said Pierce. "We haven't had a problem since."
Hargadon said, "The USPS is happy both sides came up with a solution so the carrier can safely do his job. And the family could get their mail."