It certainly all looks very spick and span in there John, you did a good job cleaning it out. My goodness, they are house hunting early, looks like you will get some roosters over Winter.So sorry to read about Penny in the wars but glad she is on the mend. Maybe she will go a little more carefully now....but probably not ;-)I loved the darter photos, really beautiful, oh the joys of having a pond in the garden, I do wish I had one!
It is an easy box the work with Jan.Penny's scratches and scrapes are hardly visible now and no, she hasn't learned to slow down and take care. When there's nothing to chase outside she practices on Freddy Fox in the living room. Best not to stand in the way at those times!
Looking good John, here's hoping they move in for Spring.
Would be nice to get a third year in a row with nesting Great Tits.
ooo!!! Absolutely PERFECT feathers. "A little grass here and a few extra's when i move in and so clean!...peek (out the hole)..and good neighbors/yep"Hows the Pennycam coming along? i so enjoyed the last walkabout.
Still thinking about the best way to mount Pennycam.
Thank you for visiting. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Any comment, or correction to any information or identification I get wrong, is most welcome. John