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These blue tits have been having a go at my flowering cherry for several days, but it isn't clear what they are doing: are they collecting nest material, or eating part of the blossom (e.g. the bit with the nectar in - bumble bees have been busy too).

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I was pleased with the pics, given that they were taken from indoors, through the double glazing.

 

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Ours are eating the green fly and black fly of the camellias 

I agree with Baz it will be the insects drawn to the blossom they are eating.

Maybe little insects drawn to the flowers, they have been spending a lot of time in some Birch's in a neighbour's garden.

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