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  • Made of grasses, delicate woody stems of last year's wildflowers, and an unidentified white fluff that could be cat fur, plant down, or the synthetic innards of an abandoned pillow
  • About two and a half inches across (not counting errant twigs)
  • Underside bears the impression of a finger-sized branch the nest was presumably built upon
  • Found on the ground under the trees, at the bottom of the Fort Allen bluff - Eastern Promenade, Portland, Maine

I'm thinking yellow warbler. (I'd like to say that's based just on my knowledge of nest materials and dimensions. But it's really because yellow warblers are EVERYWHERE around there.)