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Chicks eat bees in the Norfolk quarry. 'Indicative of climate change'
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Eight bee eaters arrived at the quarry. Close to the town of Trimingham in Norfolk. at the beginning of June
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They normally nest in southern Europe and northern Africa. But nesting farther north has increased in the past 20 years,It added this showing that "Changes made by our hot world"
Bee eaters keep their chicks together, and the RSPB says there are mating partners at the job site. while other birds which are likely related Help them with tasks such as digging holes, feeding and hatching eggs.
Site-monitors found increased activity in bringing food to one of the two nest burrows. which they said were feeding the chicks.