Long tailed-tit nests
Iolo Williams watches the construction of a long-tailed tit nest in woods near Newtown. The nests are well hidden and contain at least 1000 feathers in each one. If the nest is sited in a more exposed area, then it may contain even more feathers. Spider webs are also weaved into the sides to allow nests to expand as the chicks inside get bigger.
Available since: Thu 3 Feb 2011
- Series Producer
- John Gwyn
- Iolo Williams
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