Three on ground, feeding?
Town Centre, flying
Two magpies singing, one nearby and the other around 200m away- I have heard them a couple of times before over the last couple of weeks. I have lived in this area for about twelve years and can't recall ever having observed (heard or seen) magpies before, including when I worked as a postie in this area for about 7 years.
Ad. Old bird, died 8-Nov.
Juv. Not eating.
Ad. Broken wing, put down.
Imm. Broken wing, put down.
Imm. Injured wing, fostered out.
Ad. Female. Died.
Ad Female. Injured L wing and L leg, kept few days but died.
SubAd. Seems tame, fed, released.
SubAd. Broken wing, been partially hand raised. Vet put down.
Imm. Injured wing.
In our garden. According Slater our black-backed magpies are race dorsalis.
A group of magpies (juveniles?) hanging out near the Summit Road.
Often seen dive-bombing unsuspecting cyclists.
Standing around with its mouth open.