Badby bird notes,  June 2018 –

There are lots of young birds around at the moment. The feeders in our garden have attracted juvenile robins, blue, coal and great tits, greenfinch and goldfinch. More recently the back lawn has been host to several very tame, newly fledged jackdaws sitting waiting to be fed by their parents.

A highlight for us recently was watching a brood of seven great tits leave a nest box one by one in the back garden. We also have an occupied house martin nest once again under the eaves.

Swifts, swallows and house martins can all be seen in, around or over the village but none in great numbers.


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