The Great Tits nesting in the garden are working hard to feed their growing brood.
This afternoon when I was in the garden it seemed that every minute or so one was in and out of the box.
I think I need a high speed flash to stop the action as they dash out of the nest hole and off to gather more food.
Some of the time they were visiting the feeders, which worries me a bit, but I thin that this must be mainly to feed themselves. Most of the time they were returning with natural prey, such as this moth.
Quite a lot of caterpillars were also arriving, I haven't yet managed to identify any, but if I can get some better photos I'll have a go. This may be the reason my moth count is down, although I haven't found one in the trap yet!