The final score is reached.
The great tit has laid the last egg and her clutch is thus complete. Since the morning she is incubating the eggs.
If you add 14 days from the beginning of incubation (April 7), we could expect the first chicks to hatch around April 21.
From that time on I will start again to support the parents with Buffalo worms. Unfortunately, it is getting more and more difficult for the birds to find enough food for the chicks due to the insect loss.
And finally, after 20 more days, we want to see all the youngsters fly out.
Then cross your fingers that there are no complications this year.