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Blue Tits hatched

Blue tits have hatched over the past week, four nests, although the other two are a worry. One I'm sure has been abandoned for some reason, 5 eggs were laid, but nothing now for 3 weeks. The other has 11 eggs, and there was a sitter on them until recently. But it is the nest that had the first egg, so I would have expected them to hatch with the others.
The 5 Pied Flycatcher nests all seem complete now with 6 or 7 eggs and all had the female sitting on them.
Still not heard a wood warbler in the wood, however the cuckoo is a daily sound these days.
The Redstarts are active, but nest not hatched yet.   

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