In reply to Cirrus:
I'm only seeing one spider at a time so don't know if there are still two - but the disruption continues. Last night the web was cut as usual, then a "bunch of grapes" was created, then the usual web was spun:
A Robin and some other little birdies that I haven't stopped to even try to ID (don't miss the one that pops up beside the base of the perch):
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In reply to scylla:
I thought this was a Wren but its ickle tail didn't stick up - no vocals:
Thank you KORKY & CIRRUS - I've change the title to "Which Warbler" but expect it's too late to get new watchers on YouTube now.
The grapes seemed to get demolished at the same time as the web, and then recreated in advance of the web being respun. I think they're made of the same as the little string of pearls.
No visitors seen up to something-past-10.
This Magpie seemed to fly to the campost but I couldn't tell when it flew away. I've "done" the sound but it can't go any louder/clearer because of major interference.
24 September 08:44 This Jay emerged from the sticks on the right side of the nest - perched half-way up perch briefly, then flew off - it was only on-cam for 20 seconds:
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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