Last year bluetits and greattits were sharing a 3 hole nestbox . Both sorts using same hole, to feed chicks. Some fledged, but parents left 2 nearly fledged chicks to starve even though they called. What happened ?
Some of the most common backyard birds that use houses are chickadees, titmice, bluebirds and wrens. But you can attract other species depending on what kind of habitat you have in or near your yard—and the kind of box you put up.
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alfred0809 said:Once your account has been credited with the free share you are able to sell it right away and withdraw the funds back to your bank account!
How not to spam! Any ideas what it is meant to be selling ? Flagged user and post as spam……but really not worth my effort due to the level of incompetence.
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