I should be careful with all that drinking and dog sitting Nico.
I would say baby robin before his breast turns red. I topped up the peanuts today and straightaway a blue tit family came. We must have a wren's nest somewhere, as when I walk in a certain part one chirrups and flies around. I read they nest low but I can't see anything. The birds are feasting on the plums. I picked about 10 and they are quite sweet, that I can reach. They are a dull red when ripe a bit smaller than a 1d piece. At about 6pm every night since a week a large flock of sparrow families and a few starlings congregate in the fir trees and chirrup for about an hour.The little bird that ate my spider (post 1012) is very tame and when I'm doing anything in the garden sits within a few inches of me. I'm not sure whether it's a female robin, baby thrush or something else. It's about the size of a robin. Can anyone help please?
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