The Wren spends the occasional night roosting in the roosting pocket. About 10.40 a.m. last Monday morning I spotted activity. The first in daylight hours. She gave the inside and outside a close look. At one point disappearing behind the pocket. Some of the activity certainly looked like nest building:
Unfortunately there doesn't seem to have been any other activity since then.
As promised here is the video of one of the juvenile Great Spotted Woodpeckers which visited a few days ago. It sat on the fruit cage for a while, went away, came back and slowly got neared the peanut feeder. The video starts where the GSW is trying to reach the peanuts and finally lands on the feeder. This has been the first time I have seen any bird get the better of the Starlings. A quick thrust with that sharp beak made them choose another feeder:
I have only spotted a juvenile once more in the garden.
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