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no, they are both in the box...parent on roof

 

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41 minutes ago, smithy266 said:

no, they are both in the box...parent on roof

 

Correct, thankfully!

Just had another look.

Chicks must've been skulking in the right-hand corner...

 

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17-14 on Frid 5th. lot of wing flapping going on. I think one of the chicks just said to the other one

 

B-----y Hell it's a long way down !!

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8-27 am Sunday 7th  Can't see the chicks, have they flown ?

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9 minutes ago, Runningman said:

8-27 am Sunday 7th  Can't see the chicks, have they flown ?

they retreated to the corner a little earlier this morning.

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10am  Sunday  7th.

 

Wow ...... just seen one of the chicks climb onto the front ledge.

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Is the green ring in the nest box all that's left of a homing pigeon?

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3 hours ago, francypants said:

10am  Sunday  7th.

 

Wow ...... just seen one of the chicks climb onto the front ledge.

I can hardly bear to watch: youtu.be/u4vbTtRt6Tk 

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Been down there this afternoon. Great views of female hunting over church and housing estate. She eventually got a feral pigeon round the back of the arts tower, as the male looked on from the corner of the tower.

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Not watched the webcam feed for a couple of days and they've grown really fast and have almost shed their white downy feathers. Pigeon breakfast at the moment.

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I think the chicks are getting fed up of being confined in such a small space now.    They are becoming increasingly hostile to each other.

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Just watching them and they are looking great. Getting really adventurous. I don't think they will have the same attitude when Mr & Mrs P decide it's time to fly!

 

I've not seen them being hostile to each other but space is getting short up there! The last feed I watched must have been Mr P as the chicks were nearly as big as him.

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