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On ‎22‎/‎05‎/‎2019 at 21:32, Ratman said:

Swallows are mega late this year at work. Got two white crows kicking around this year too, only spotted one last year.

I wonder what became of the spotted one :P

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Struggling to get a clear picture and dont want to disturb them too much, but theres five young ones in total, chirping away nicely and mums in and out constantly for em this morning.

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I put out a whole bag of dried meal worms over the course of 3 days . They all love  'em  at the mo ..

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