Thanks for the welcome heron77. as for barbara, my blog was not intended in any calous form. I AM A REALIST!!!! if you can,t accept nature in the raw, why the hell are you a member of the RSPB
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No problem Happysnappa :-)
We all have varying opinions when it comes to extreme circumstances. We should all be allowed to express them. For me it's sad that the youngest chick didn't survive but that's nature, and happens in nests all over the world.
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Hi. what I don't understand is the narrow-mindedness of people when something like this comes along. It's as if they want to block out all the natural elements--events. I too am saddened at the death of chick#3, but at the same time glad that the Dyfi Project stepped in to save their chick, surely it is better to save 1 under the extreme conditions. This way it will ultimately aid the re-population/establishment of a fabulous bird of prey!