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12 Apr
5:27pm, 12 Apr 2021
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Tonight on PBS America (ch 91 freeview) there is a programme about Hummingbirds at 8.35pm
12 Apr
6:03pm, 12 Apr 2021
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Yorkshire Pie
We have parakeets in roundhay park (Leeds)
12 Apr
6:38pm, 12 Apr 2021
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Had the Gledhow Valley pair (I am assuming they're local to Gledhow Valley as they are here a lot now) of Red Kites over my garden again on Friday. Very low.

A few weeks back, one went and sat in the tree over the road from my house and the local crows were really unhappy - there was some "squabbling" going on.
12 Apr
7:08pm, 12 Apr 2021
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Yorkshire Pie
I wonder whether those are the same ones we get here. Going back a couple of pages, a few weeks ago birdnet thought it could hear one of them - entirely possible but I couldn't work out where it was perched (mainly as it was first thing in the morning and barely light!)
7:44am, 13 Apr 2021
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There’s a Robin back singing at the top of the tree this morning 😀😀😀

First Robin song I’ve heard here since The Event. RIP Garden Robin.

Yay! It really is the most beautiful song. Hope this one hangs around 😀
8:05am, 13 Apr 2021
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Blackcap singing in my garden today.
9:12am, 13 Apr 2021
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I've just seen a sparrow go into the sparrow-house bird box with something in its beak :)
Last year the sparrowhouse was home to blue tits, wondering if all three boxes are occupied this year
9:58am, 13 Apr 2021
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The baby blackbirds next door but one fledged yesterday afternoon. One bobbed around and is tucked away under some long leaves beside the fence in our garden. Parents are in regular attendance with worms and Mrs B is seeing off any potential predators
10:15am, 13 Apr 2021
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We have sparrows up on the edge of the roof - they’re nesting in the edge of next door’s roof space. We haven’t told her because she doesn’t like wildlife and would probably go yampy.

The nest entrance is right by the air brick in our back room so it’s quite noisy 😀😀😀
11:02am, 13 Apr 2021
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Snow on the ground and the first willow warblers in the trees 😀

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