Everyone's slowly recovering after the fox attack three weeks ago.
Lotto and the hens hardly moved for a couple of weeks but they've started going outside now. Bree is pretty much back to normal apart from having no feathers on her back but she looks OK because her wings cover it.
Here she is scratting about in the grass
Octavia is a bit unsteady so she's not as active as Bree and Lotto still has a long way to go. He's a lot better than he was and has moments of lifting his head right up and looking quite normal apart from the lack of feathers, but then it slowly goes back down but remains a couple of inches off the floor. At least now he's eating and drinking by himself.
I took a chair out into the field to keep an eye on them today. It's been incredibly windy but with lovely sunshine and fluffy white clouds in the sky.
I noticed a bird fly into a hole in the tractor and tried to get a photo but kept missing it. This photo is to show the sky but you can just see a round hole in the bend of the bucket arm
Here's a close up
And a very blurred one of the bird emerging from the hole
It was flying about so quickly I couldn't see what it was, but from my brilliant photo I think it might be a blue tit! I'll have to have another go.
I'll leave you with a photo of a sat nav bag I made yesterday with a yellow and blue spotted car.