Tuesday, 31 May 2011
This year (2011), the adult male and female returned in April and started taking food off to their nest in early May. However, after a while, the female appeared to be the only bird still feeding the young. We have not seen the male again to this date (31/05/2011), so the female was left to do double the work. This photo is of the male bird (with the red marking on the back of it's head). Hopefully, it went off to another nest to help raise more young.