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Robins Nest.
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How lovely this story is from next villag3 to us.



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#2
Cheerful news at last!
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(30-06-2020, 05:35 PM)emmerson Wrote: Cheerful news at last!

Yes emmerson I thought so too. Not much about these days is there..
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#4
Great news just hope they all fledge. Couple of years ago at a CL in Suffolk there was wren's nest in an EHU box which was great to see
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(02-07-2020, 07:33 AM)oneputt Wrote: Great news just hope they all fledge.  Couple of years ago at a CL in Suffolk there was wren's nest in an EHU box which was great to see

I will let you know if I hear any moe
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I had a pair that nested in my shed last year.

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(02-07-2020, 04:11 PM)Jaydug Wrote: I had a pair that nested in my shed last year.  

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Did they hatch out Jaydug?
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They did - but whether they all survived is anyone's guess. We always have lots of magpies and crows in the area who are always on the look out for a tasty chick. In fact, at the moment I have a sad little heap of feathers scattered across my lawn where a life has ended prematurely.
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#9
That is sad. Cry
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#10
A bit like my Woodpeckers and Blue tit nests cleared one in a few seconds, Called nature. helped by Chris Packham.
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