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Post by davelumb » Fri May 17 2019 18:08

:grin:

Have they left the nest yet?

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Post by kenny sloan » Fri May 17 2019 19:10

davelumb wrote:
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Have they left the nest yet?
Hi Dave , yes they all took off at same afternoon out through window ,flying around the yard confused with the 2 adults
just as confused 1 ended up in water tub next door , and the others were hounded by cats ,seen one heading of next day with one .,

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Cats. :shoot:

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Post by Freako » Mon May 20 2019 10:52

Great video Kenny, I had for this year from my shed, the missus said the flecking Magpie had them but one which drowned in my pond.
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Post by kenny sloan » Tue May 21 2019 19:36

Freako wrote:
Great video Kenny, I had for this year from my shed, the missus said the flecking Magpie had them but one which drowned in my pond.
Hi Mick , they appear to have a hard time surviving , i would say out of the 5 probably 1 or 2 survived .

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Post by Freako » Sat May 25 2019 11:56

kenny sloan wrote:
Freako wrote:
Great video Kenny, I had for this year from my shed, the missus said the flecking Magpie had them but one which drowned in my pond.
Hi Mick , they appear to have a hard time surviving , i would say out of the 5 probably 1 or 2 survived .
For a bird that doesn't have too many chicks Kenny in my experience they seem to have a very high mortality rate, shame really.
Mick.

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