Posted: 19/11/2014 at 00:20
Sorry but computer , haven't read all posts. Sadly man's intervention in culling the raprtors, this shows our mistakes. In the natural world,things usually balance themselves out. Here we have man versus nature. As usual man has cocked it up. So in short, the Sparrohawk along with other birds of prey, have been encouraged to establish themselves once again. So, watchingiolent an wildlife films etc. The natural world at time appears to be a very cruel place. So the predators have been encouraged to breed and once again take to skies. Now the belly cries hunger. The countryside offers little, but hey ho. That kind gardener. Hanging menues. Why not. So in all honesty. Can you blame me for dropping in for lunch?