Well, the six baby Pheasants have - somewhat predictably - been reduced to just two.
The garden is full of juvenile Great Tits learning how to use the feeders, and the branches of the ash tree seem to be laden with young Jackdaws that have left their nest there.
There are two broods of House Sparrows in the garden, too.
We've heard Spotted Flycatchers calling from next door, so with a bit of luck, we'll be seeing baby flycatchers in a few months.
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