Common Bronzewings are a permanent fixture in the garden. They nest usually in dense shrubs – the flimsy structure is hard to find, so the first evidence of breeding is the appearance of young birds scuttling around near the parents. These two fledglings had a major size difference, although even the smaller one was capable of weak flight.
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