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Old 14-08-15, 12:40 PM
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It is/has been lovely to see the young Dunnocks, Robins, Tits and Blackbirds that I have spotted in my garden over the last few weeks. It is hard to think that we are halfway through August already and are now in to Autumn migration.....how quickly time passes.
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I've got some young or moulting adult Bullfinches on the feeders, trying to get a picture.

Young Green Woody and lots of young Jackdaws being very noisy here too.
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Old 14-08-15, 02:17 PM
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It is difficult to get pics of the youngsters! Hope you manage one of your Bullfinches!

About an hour ago I had 2 Coal Tits on a Lilac tree in my garden, I couldn't make out if they were after insects or the seeds on the seed heads. Not often that I see 2 in my garden.
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