Friday, 27 May 2011

Oh No!

He's back.

I think he's adopted us.

Oh well! He's eating wild bird seed and has access to water, so I don't see what else I can do for him. He can fly now, so I doubt that I would be able to catch him. I just hope the sparrow hawk doesn't come along.


  1. You must have a name for him? :-)

  2. No Kath, He's still just known as Pidge. I'm trying not to get too attached to him, but of course I'm failing. I'm worrying about him at the moment just because it's raining.:-)

  3. Pidge appears to be ringed so he belongs to someone. You might find this useful

  4. Thanks for that AJ. Pidge has already been reported as found. I haven't spoken to C.B. yet, who kindly took him off my hands the first time he arrived, but he did say that they sometimes release them when recovered, to find their own way home. I'm assuming that is what the owners wanted him to do with this one. Obviously Pidge has decided that home is here with us. Unfortunately I can't get near enough to catch him now.