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2 thoughts on “Affiliate Disclaimer

  • 7 June 2024 11:29

    Is there any reason why all of the biuetits young have twice died,
    When they were ready to fly , it is sad to see when they work
    To feed them after over two weeks.

    • 7 June 2024 08:40

      Unfortunately it’s difficult to know. Shortage of food maybe, as it has been a poor spring for insects and the caterpillars that Blue Tits in particular need. Potentially a parent has died, in which case the other parent may well abandon the nest as it isn’t able to find enough food itself. It’s sad of course, but overall Blue Tits have such large broods to compensate for the fact that relative few survive.


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