In reply to scylla:
Mouse was back in the early hours, good job MrsK was asleep ;)
MrsK left @ 04:11:
The first Jackdaw arrived on the roof a few minutes before 05:00. Later, they entered the cavity a 2-3 times, here's one:
Eeeek! I must be under the weather, this post has been sitting here since this morning... so I'll take us up to 18:00.
No birds whatsoever up to gone 16:00, then just Jackdaws - and I've been hoping to get a snappable rabbit but they won't come close enough:
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In reply to gaynorsl:
Mouse found a good meal (moth?) last evening.
Mouse the evening before last? I lost track.
Plenty of Jackdaw activity:
Arrival of MrsK last evening 21:20:
This morning she had a little flyabout and returned to perch closer to the cavity, she's still there now:
In reply to WendyBartter:
WendyBartter said:Hi Scylla have found & recorded it, there were no takers so she flew off with prey ... would you like me to upload to YT?
Yes please, if I'm not too late getting back here!
Unbeknownst to me the 6-hour clip came to an end and a new one started, and the fly-in was lost between end and beginning.
I coulda swore I saw a handover tho, but had only glimpsed it out of the corner of my eye.
Here it is Scylla
I also recorded the view from inside (cos I found that first!), res not nearly as good though
Excellent! Thank you, Wendy
WendyBartter said:I also recorded the view from inside (cos I found that first!), res not nearly as good though
They nearly always look very faded on the ledge from the inside - you done a great job! x
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