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Old 1st May 2012, 14:23   #1 (permalink)
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House sparrows were feeding their fledglings on a path in my garden in Bristol today. This is extraordinarily early isn't it? Has anyone experience of something similar?
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Well a Chinese lady was breast-feeding her baby on my bus last week.

Does that count?
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We have them nesting by us bloody noisy and how such small birds make so much poo is beyond me!!! They are cheeky come right in to the kitchen!
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It amazes me too! Nowhere in my big room is safe from bird droppings as my budgie gets everywhere I think birds poo frequently because their little insides cannot hold for very long and so need to evacuate frequently.
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I have a Blue and Gold Macaw,if its left on its own for to long it would pebble dash the walls
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Re: House Sparrows

How did this thread become one about bird****? I suppose that is closer to the original post than Skydog's contribution since he appears to think it is about tits not sparrows.

P.S. Have just had a reply from Avon Wildlife Trust who say it is early for fledglings to have left the nest but they should be OK provided there are enough insects about. Also to help them we could put out mealworms - which we do anyway and the sparrows really crowd about the feeder.

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I suppose that is closer to the original post than Skydog's contribution since he appears to think it is about tits not sparrows.

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