Blue tits and blackbirds are nesting in the wildlife garden behind the Crow warehouse.
The blue tits are making a nest in a nest box installed a few years ago and the blackbirds have chosen the hedge at the back of the garden.
Hopefully the blue tits are on the alert for the sparrowhawks which sometimes swoop above the garden looking for small birds to eat.
The garden was created with help from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust offering a habitat for birds and bugs.
With a name like Crow the organisation might seem ideal place for birds to live but in fact Crow is an acronym – it stands for Coventry Recycling of Waste.