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Posted by Eddy Bayton 
Eddy Bayton
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January 25, 2005 08:37PM
Jus Roll pastry remnants have attracted 2 F Blackcaps back early morning and mid afternoon.

Blue Tit terretorial behaviour continues with display flights and a lot of singing. We appear to be the boundary between three potential nest sites. The most interesting thing is the apparently dominant male on our camera box site has a right leg metal ring. Attempts to scope it from 10 yds have been unsuccessful :-). This either makes it a new bird, or the previous occupant has been ringed since early June. Any thoughts?
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