Worcestershire Record No. 27 November 2009 p. 34
Following John Clarke’s note in the April 2009 Worcestershire Record suggesting that Raven may like nesting in Cedar of Lebanon the following notes have come to hand. Please continue to look out for proof of ravens nesting in 2010, especially in Cedar of Lebanon
John Hodson wrote
“A pair nested successfully in a Lebanon Cedar at SO882446 in Croome Park during 2008 and 2009 fledging at least three young on both occasions. I attach a couple of photos of nest and location in tree”.
|Two picture of a Raven's nest in a Lebanon Cedar tree © John Hodson|
Rob Prudden wrote:
“Re Breeding Ravens in Worcestershire
Saw a piece somewhere by Harry Green in which he was asking for confirmed nesting records within Worcestershire. They have in fact nested successfully in Tunnel Hill/Swines Hill Wood at Wood Norton (near Evesham) SP021476, in years 2003 to 2009 inclusive. Unfledged juveniles seen being fed by adults in tree tops with food obtained on regular sorties to nearby Hill & Moor Landfill site”.
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