In reply to Korky:
Korky said:Maybe I'm over thinking things, again.....?!
It's a relief to learn that you have a weakness, dear Korky
Aran flew fuzzily in to the nest around 04:45, stayed a couple of minutes, back 15-20 minutes later, not for long. Those were the last sightings I found on the nest, there were 2-3 on distant trees.
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In reply to scylla:
A corvid flew off just before he arrived, he stood on the nest and gradually disappeared out of the bottom of the picture, so no idea how long he stayed.
Two little birds:
And a mystery animal who only got smaller until disappearing into the trees:
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:New link MC and all.
Aran just flew in with chirp.
Intruder(s) on nest...
My blinking internal network has gone down so I can't access screen captures at the mo, but Z1 is definitely a culprit.
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