Got to admit, I am more interested in the I.D. Guessed solutions to guessed facts is never going to be much help. We will never know.
In reply to Robbo:
Robbo said:Guessed solutions to guessed facts is never going to be much help
Because Daniera will do something different if it's, say, a Carrion Crow?
You've lost me Robbo, sorry.
"I'm not sure if I should dispose of the suet cake and logs as irs been almost 2 weeks plus its raining quite heavily where I live."
"This is my first time attracting birds into my garden."
Robbo said:Did you therefore need more information too?
No Robbo I didn't; I was waiting for the original poster's reply (a confirmation that they were still there) and was going to briefly share my personal experience of Corvids cohabiting gardens with smaller birds, which I hoped would be helpful to the poster.
I was also hoping that someone (more experienced than I) would give advice on when to change the food that the original poster had put out: another question from the OP.
The fact that this almost certainly wasn't Ravens was irrelevant, to me, and probably to the OP. As I tried, gently, to suggest.
I won't do either of those things now because (a) you're almost definitely right, and the original poster had gone for good, and (b) these kinds of conversations, like the one we have apparently slid into here, simply do nothing for me at all.
So, as I've done on other threads in the past (I begin to see a pattern here), I'll turn off notifications on this thread now. And won't answer posts like this in future, as that works best for me.
In reply to seymouraves:
please accept severe apologies for my late reply. I didn't receive any notifications of my post for some reason. I've had to create a new login id as my old daniera one is not allowing me to log in or reset my password.
Yes , a raven came about 30 minutes ago onto my garden fence at about 1.30pm Tuesday 2nd February.
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