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I was sad to see that our chicks had flown out of our nesting box this morning – they were there at 6am and gone by 7am. Yet how wonderful to have had the opportunity to experience nature in this way. We hope our Blue Tit family have a happy life! Who knows, maybe next Spring one of them will return to build a new nest…
Sad to see this morning that they have left their nest.
Everyone in Key Stage one wishes them a happy life and says a sad goodbye. We have really enjoyed watching them grow.
This has been a great experience for us all and we have really enjoyed being involved.
Miss Hovenden, Mrs Jefferies and Mrs Smith
I just saw Mrs Bluey come in to feed the chicks and struggled to tell who was who as the chicks have grown so much now. They are both very active and inquisitive – I think they will fledge very soon.
Our dear little chicks are looking so cute now. It will be sad to see them fly off with their parents soon, to explore the big, wide world. We must keep enjoying them these last few days, we have been so lucky. Mrs. Ham.
I have been watching them on and off all week. It is wonderful to see them grow so well. One seems slightly bigger and more confident than the other but I may just be imagining that. Well done Mr and Mrs Bluey.