Birdies are dissapearing in France

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Post by m\arycrt »

Kestrel nest Sunday 24th May 2020 The fifth chick didn't make it - but the other four are doing well - even the 4th little chap. Today's update

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Post by Le Démerdeur »

Those chicks are going to grow up thinking that food comes to them by magic in round plastic dishes & mother won't bother hunting for the next brood. A kestrel welfare state. Lovely videos though.

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Birdies? I'm lucky if I get a couple of pars :lol:
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Post by Spardo »

That one at the front is going to be a right little tub, even when one of the others gets fed, tubby gets half. :lol:

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