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Our Blue Tit has begun to build a nest! She has started to collect moss and grass to make it warm and comfortable. 30/03/17

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During the week of the 27th March our bird box has had much activity. Our Blue Tit is roosting and appears to be ‘spring cleaning’ the bird box! We are all really excited!

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Bank Holiday Monday…. Our chicks have all flown the nest today! 21 days since hatching… Good luck Kingsnorth fledglings 2016! Sadly 3 of the 10 chicks didn’t make it but we are proud that our parent pair raised 7 chicks with such dedication to their task. Whatever will we all watch now??! Thank you to everyone who has watched and commented.

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Our 10 chicks became 9 on Monday… mother bird took one out of the nest that had obviously died… sad … but the other 9 are hungry, noisy and growing really quickly. Mother and father have been in and out constantly feeding their babies on the fat balls we leave out and big fat green caterpillars. They are now over 3 weeks old and are getting their coloured feathers. Look like mini versions of their parents ! The biggest chick has been fluttering and stretching it’s wings today. ..practising for flying the nest very soon, we think. We think that… Read more »

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Hawking Class (Year 5) have been really excited to see your chicks grow. They’re growing really fast! How old are they now?
We are still waiting for our eggs to hatch, our mum has been very patient sitting on her eggs waiting for them to hatch.