The Allotmenteers presented a bit more of a challenge. We don't have a 'shed' that they can be confined to, so we've spent the morning rearranging Heras fencing to create a confined space, away from trees.
Hopefully they'll settle down. And we're fortunate that we'd started the integration of the 2 Littlees. That seems to be going well, and one of the Littlees has turned into the spitting image of Roobarb (one of my Garden Girls - hatched from an egg laid on the way home many years ago - killed by Fox). She is a bit of a stunner, and I'd love to have her in my Garden flock. Never mind, hopefully she'll provide us with stunning offspring in years to come.
But, I digress. Back to today's immediate problem. We've ordered netting - hopefully it'll arrive tomorrow, I ordered it last night as soon as the DEFRA announcement hit my news feed and before it started to be generaly reported - which we will use to put over the top and sides to prevent wild bird access.
The initial Order is for 30 days. However, in parts of France, birds have been confined since 1st August, so we need to prepare now for a more severe announcement.