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The chicks have been stretching their wings. This is the last picture taken shortly before all 8 chicks fledged.
The chicks are growing very quickly. Look at the feathers appearing. 2 chicks are much bigger than the rest – they must be eating most of the food mum and dad bring in.
The eggs have hatched. There are 8 hungry beaks in the nest!
10 eggs today. Now the female Blue Tit is spending lots of time sitting on her eggs. The male has also been seen bringing in food for mum!
On Monday, we found a nest inside the box!
It was filled with moss, feathers, grass and red wool. At night, Mrs Gurr filmed the Blue Tit roosting in the box. ☺
Our New Neighbour
The Nest So Far
Today we have 7 eggs!