YOUR PICTURES: Birdwatching at Taylor Park

YOUR PICTURES: Birdwatching at Taylor Park

This couple of blue tits with a nest in the hollow of the tree in Taylor Park were very busy indeed

OUR PICTURES: Birdwatching at Taylor Park

OUR PICTURES: Birdwatching at Taylor Park

OUR PICTURES: Birdwatching at Taylor Park

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SPRING is a very exciting season for birdwatching – all those duties of nest-building and eggs incubating. But the highlight is feeding the chicks, says Star contributor Lilia Hughes, of West Park.

This couple of blue tits with a nest in the hollow of the tree in Taylor Park were very busy indeed.

She said: “When I was watching them I noticed they were making rounds every one to two minutes.”

Chicks successfully fledged and nest is empty and quiet now – until the next season...

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