Cut a tree down only for mum to scarper and this lost evicted, ID?
If they're dried mealworms be sure to soak them first before feeding them to the chicks.tree fell and saw mum flap off, might be hurt a bit as well was going to put them in another tree but i doubt they would make it, took them home looking for rescue centre, all healthy and all and went to pet food shop and they LOVE meal worms! They snoozing away after a few worms . next move?
I would suggest either blackbirds or thrushes Pete, definitely not parrots sea eagles or flamingos.The chicks look like Blackbird. They do nest early. Thrush do mud linings though and they do like insect food.
It's an excretion parcel from one of the chicks, normally carried off by the parents and dumped away from the nest siteThat piece of shell looks like the inner curve of the egg Mike so it wont be much good for ID
Hello mate. robins eggs are blue but can vary depending on country, but you can get speckled buff if it is a visitor.It's an excretion parcel from one of the chicks, normally carried off by the parents and dumped away from the nest site
to avoid drawing predators. In colour Robin eggs are a mix of light/mid buff.
That's the trouble you see, yours are the proper colour being in Wales but because HC is from The Pool the top layer of paint has bin robbed off the eggs so his are blue. They can't leave owt alone in The Pool.These are the Robins eggs I've been seeing for the last 50 odd years, slightly brown but definitely not blue.