9 thoughts on “Empty nest syndrome

    1. It was done to accomodate storks’ nests – which was successful. After years of hardly a pair visiting in summer, there are now well over twenty storks. The trees still have growing branches and leaves below the nests and would have had to be felled completely if they weren’t cropped, as I understand.

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      1. Wow, there’s a lot of storks in there. Where are these beautiful birds in the world if you don’t mind me asking. I know they just started nesting on the Norfolk broads close to where I am in the Uk. .

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