Wednesday, 11 April 2007

The moss thickens

Below is a capture from our Camera Nestbox taken tonight at 6.30pm. As you can see the layer of moss is at last beginning to get quite thick.


I wonder now if all the filling and emptying of our box is finally over and the nest will get completed. Tonight when the Blue Tit performed the shuffle, or wriggle as it can also be called, there was very little of the floor visible. It was towards the end of the day that our Blue Tit was especially busy bringing in large mouthfuls of moss. We will just have to see what tomorrow brings.

Our Nestbox is lit by natural daylight only so any pictures or filming captured at the end, or start, of the day are seen in greyscale.

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