Nest boxes visitors at Highland Wildlife Park

April 6, 2014 § Leave a comment


Blue tit - by Jan Morse

Blue tit – by Jan Morse

Spring has finally sprung at the Park and this is evident as the nest boxes that were created during our “Give Nature a Home” event with the RSPB in the October holidays now have a possible new resident – a common blue tit.

Blue tit - by Jan Morse

Blue tit – by Jan Morse

These little birds will nest in any hole in a tree, wall or nest box. They can also nest in more unusual places, such as letter boxes, pipes, etc. Hopefully we might see more birds using our nest boxes throughout the year.

Thanks to Jan Morse with her photography skills for catching our little visitor and to everyone who took part in the event.

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