Could be all that remained after a predator claimed it. Could be a cat kill and some other scavenger has dragged it to the place you found it.Butterfly wrote: ↑Mon Jun 14, 2021 11:20 amThat's so good to hear Jack, I haven't seen any this year, and even my adult Robin is not around much. I have no idea what happened
On another note ... while I was cleaning under the shrub where I throw some food for birds, I saw this tiny skull , which appears to be very old and belonging to a starling
I am 100% sure it was not there before because I clean that spot regularly, so its a mystery who brought it there now and why
Its so light, weights almost nothing, and well preserved. Could it be that its from a starling that died of natural causes? Hmmmm , very puzzling.
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This little fellow is really small, if you deduct his tail he is about twice the size of a starling. Starlings are always pushing him around
His other 2 siblings are a bit bigger but he is really tiny. However, he is a clever chap. I saw him eating few mealworms today, and than taking one and hiding it in one of my plants , bless.
That's a fantastic news
I have a brand new woodie in my garden, looking very goofy as they do and still learning how to feed
And starlings brought another flock of fledglings
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I came back home late in the evening and saw something in my garden, on the ground. I went out to see what it is and saw a pile of feathers from my regular visitor GSW . S/he has been killed by something! Its so so upsetting