This hen blackbird was remarkably unconcerned about being close to people in the garden and, typically, I either didn't have the camera handy or she was tucked away in amongst plants when she had a beak full of worms.
This time, while I watched her, she collected several small worms which she put in a pile beneath a shrub, then searched for more. Once she was satisfied she had collected enough to, presumably, feed her new brood she picked them all up and flew away.
The soil, as you can probably tell, is quite heavy clay.
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