Just to let you know that the partridges are doing really well. We’re really hoping they will attract a mature wild grey partridge who will adopt them and teach them how to live in the wild. Research has proven that their chances of survival are much higher when this happens.
It’s an amazing fact that wild single and barren pairs of mature grey partridges have a strong natural instinct to adopt parentless juveniles. They are drawn to the youngsters by the very distinctive sound they make.