It’s the time of year when TTP is bustling with the arrival of baby birds. While most chicks have hatched and are learning to fly and forage, late nesters are just starting to lay their eggs.
If you find a nest (in a tree or on the ground) please quietly observe it through binoculars from a distance. If you find a chick on the ground please do not approach it. Like any other juvenile it finds learning tiring and enjoys taking a relaxing recess. Don’t worry; its parents are likely supervising nearby.
Please do not disturb wildlife.