While gardening yesterday; cutting hedges and the tiny lawn; we noticed that the activity at the nest box behind the shed was pretty frantic. Both Blue Tit parents were flying in and out with tasty morsels about every two or three minutes. In order to capture this I set up the camera on the tripod, centre focused on the nest box plate, sat back in the chair with a cup of tea and pressed the remote every time the adults appeared. As you would expect there were lots of blank frames to delete but here are a few images.
The variety of tit bits included flies, caterpillars, grubs and the occassional visit to a fat feeder to supplement the youngster's diet.
Below is a compilation of the 'outgoing' shots.
A brief session early this morning before it started to rain confirmed that the feeding is still continuing. No idea how many mouths are being fed but the adults are beginning to look a bit frazzled with all this effort! FAB.