Now where is more beautiful than the Glen in May – OK, so I’m biased! The trees look so full of life, the birds are busy, the red squirrels getting more cheeky, the calves and lambs growing, and the rhodedendrons just waiting to burst into full glory. Who wouldn’t want to come here?
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First fledgling made it to the drain pipe above the nest yesterday morning – the other two chicks are working up to it too. I reckon we will have another brood before the summer is out too.
We now seem to have three pairs of spotted flycatchers too – much chivvying and chavvying going on….
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Oh – and by the way, though I can’t guarantee it on a regular basis, baby calves are currently being born in the field next door – adorable!
Update on the birds – the house martin chicks are developing fast as are the nestful of spotted flycatchers. We seem to have three pairs of the latter this year which is great.
The red squirrel continues to raid the bird food on the ‘squirrel proof’ feeder…hey ho – we really rather like it!
Was just about to post a blog when I spotted a spotted flycatcher in the conservatory – I had better go let him out!
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The swallows have been around for a while, getting settled in, nattering excitedly from their vantage point on the top of the sky dish, nest building and providing plenty of acrobatic flying displays, however the house martins have only just arrived – I think it is quite late. Does anyone else agree?