The second video shows you my pictures, which were taken during the observation of the blue-racks during the feeding of the chicks in the brood-cave.
In the second part of the video then another breeding site, where the first flights of the young birds when leaving the brood-cave.
The Mulberry Tree, standing next to the crumbling building, was the meeting place for young and old, also of other bird species.
Since the egg laying of the blue-racks takes place in 48 hours rythmus, the young birds are also developed differently. So they are the first flügge and follow the alto-birds to the outside, while the stragglers are fed further in the brood-cave. So the alto-birds have a stressful time. I hope you like my video Part 2 and i'm happy about your comments.