In reply to WendyBartter:
It's looking hopeful Wendy.
Natural England are looking into the work that was done.
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In reply to Alan.:
She's certainly concentrating on something intently ...
Well done all of you for pursuing this ... no-one will be allowed to intrude now!
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Missed that prey delivery ...
Someone else has got in touch via twitter to say she had made enquiries too, so as you say Wendy it may put them off disturbing them now.
I was just going to ask what she had in the box with her Wendy.
That's her snack for later ... something with pretty green feathers?
Male must be above her dismembering something ... Her face when that long green feather dropped in was a picture ...
Am sure they had all correct procedures, and after the flooding previously, and with the blockage/broken pipe above. I was pleased to hear that it was mended BEFORE any eggs.
Is that prey a Jay or maybe a Parakeet???
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Not letting go....
She is watching him eating her dinner ...
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