Thanks to Laurence Butler and his post about the small community of Burrower's Row, I was able to locate this small village and document some of the inhabitants as well. Recommended reading before reading this column would be to visit his original post
When I visited the community very early on Sunday morning, sure enough the eastern edge of the village had its sentinel as a lookout to warn the rest of any unwelcoming intruders. After staring at me intently for some time, he must have decided that I could enter their territory.
Of course I was closely scrutinized by every inhabitant, and a couple of them apparently were a bit skeptical and flew far enough away and continued their observations for afar. But one of the inhabitants must have decided that I look safe as long as I stayed in my vehicle. Getting out the the vehicle was a sure sign of caution for them as they would take for cover.
And it appears their offspring are starting to come out for exposure to the new world about them. But this youngster seemed less than impressed with his new surroundings in the outside world. I am sure it will eventually come to like becoming an adult and like most juveniles, won't be able to resist the urge to leave the nest. Won't be too long and there will be no more room at the Inn for this youngster.