When will that last Pied Flycatcher leave!
The 'Love Stump' - LOL!
Really surprised to hear that it ends tomorrow! I thought we had another week.
I've very much enjoyed Charlie's contributions this year. He's shown us some wonderful filming of two iconic species, the otter and the kingfisher, it's been really interesting.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
Yeah last show tonight, it's flown by! We're planning on doing a Springwatch highlights poll so if you have any outstanding memories from this years series that you think we should include let us know this afternoon.
I know what my favourite moments were but i'll keep them under my hat for now!
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Yeah!! The sandpipers have a baby!
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Get in! What a great ending to the series!
They have two!!! Superb!!!
Edit!! Make that 3!! Even better! :-)
"All weeds are flowers, once you get to know them" (Eeyore)
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I've been watching the Sandpipers on the Springwatch webcams. 3 of the eggs have hatched. The parents are sitting on the nest still but the babies havent been fed yet. How long is it before they start to feed?
Just a recap on what was put on the other thread, the sandpiper chicks are precocial and nidifugous (hatching out well developed and ready to leave the nest soon after) and are self feeding. Expect the parents to brood them in bad weather but when the time is right the whole family will move away to forage on the abundant insects and other invertebrates.
Good luck to the 'railway children'!
Just got back in to find great news about the Sandpiper after the news of the Pied Flycatcher.
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Oh no...i'm shocked at the goldcrest behaviour, 10 days with it's eyes still closed and no feathers is very odd though.
What we going to do now till Autumnwatch lol.
edit..i think that was the best series so far.
A great final show after a great series! Well done to the team and the reserve as well, battled through some tough conditions. Interesting to see some of the great pictures and footage sent in by viewers, especially the stoats!
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