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Bird Box Activity

It is with great eggscitement to announce that a mummy and daddy bird decided to nest in Orchard Infant School Bird Box over the Easter Holidays. They appear to have laid at least 6 or maybe 7 eggs.  We cannot live stream it at the moment but please see the videos below of recent activity.

Eggs

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Mummy keeping the Eggs warm and Daddy pops in with some food

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Does anybody know what type of bird this is?

The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies?

The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 1
The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 2
The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 3
The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 4
The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 5
The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 6
The eggs have started to hatch. Can you see the babies? 7

How many babies can you see?

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Mummy has a lot of mouths to feed!

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The babies are growing fast. Can you count how many are in the nest?

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Look how much the birds have grown in one week. Can you see their wings?

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Look how how big the birds have grown over the weekend!

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Mummy is still very busy feeding her 'babies'!

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Look! One of the birds is trying to leave the nest!

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One little bird has found his feet!

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There is a lot more movement in the nest. Can you see the little bird with the great big grub in its mouth?

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I think the birds are ready to fly the nest. They wont be here after half term.

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Bird Box view from the outside.

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Mummy is having a good look around.

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Can you see the baby bird looking out?

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All the birds have fledged the nest.

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