Cambridge-based nature writer Martin Walters couldn’t resist the urge to join a flock of birdwatchers.
The parasitic birds imitate the appearance, sounds and begging movements of their host’s chicks.
The 94-year-old was said to be more excited than ever to be back in the field.
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Nature notes: Martin Walters looks at some of the smaller creatures that are often overlooked in our gardens.
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Nature notes: Martin Walters gets to hear from an elusive species that can be frustratingly hard to see.
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It is a view not seen at the University of Cambridge college for 300 years.