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Visitors [Jun. 23rd, 2010|12:41 pm]
Tony Grist
I haven't seen the robins recently.  The young one got into the house a few days back- in at the open back door-  and fluttered its way upstairs. I found it almost straight away- because it was peeping like a homing device- and helped it to an open window- but my fear is the shock may have killed it.  Birds are such delicate mechanisms.

Ah, I just caught a flutter of wings out of the corner of my eye- and there's the male robin sitting in the holly bush. Oh, good!

Otherwise I've noticed a tit hanging around - a great tit, I think- and this morning there were a couple of what I think were sparrows dodging into the shrubbery (only I didn't have my glasses on).
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[User Picture]From: pondhopper
2010-06-23 02:34 pm (UTC)
Birds really are delicate creatures. They can die of shock so easily.
:(
But if you didn't find a tiny body laying around perhaps it survived.
Though often, after nesting, they will move/expand their territory.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2010-06-23 03:00 pm (UTC)
It would be good if that were the case.

Perhaps its invasion of the house was its first attempt to establish a territory of its own.
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[User Picture]From: endlessrarities
2010-06-23 08:46 pm (UTC)
At least you don't have mooching blackbirds.

We've got a whole family hanging around now demanding fruity nibbles on tap...
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2010-06-23 09:56 pm (UTC)
We used to have blackbirds.

Perhaps they've gone on holiday...
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