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Thunder and Fledging

The first two Blue Tit nests have fledged, the Pied Flycatcher chicks still a while off that stage. Bit worried about the thunder and torrential rainfall affecting them, but I have seen a group of young Blue Tits on the hedge today who seem to be coping fine. Also have a family of Greater Spotted Woodpeckers all over the rear garden.

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The thunder and fledging with high grow up really very helpful torrential rainfall affecting. Thanks for improving methods who seems to be coping fine,all over the roar garden,keep it up.
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