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(c) RSPB Loch Garten
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Yesterday. What a dapper fellow, but has he been overshadowed by yet another experimental frame? ;)
This morning, no Crestie, only squirrels for half an hour!
Poor little Coal Tit kept having to give up waiting:
At one stage the squirrel had to tend its arm:
Then it was this GSW who kept the little birds away:
That's a pre-made frame, and if you look at the corners you can see it makes no better job of it than I do with my dashed lines ;)
EDIT: Omitted the pot-bellied Crestie:
All the Tits were here today, plus Chaffinch, but no newbies. Last at the feeder were 4 Coalies!
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In reply to CC:
CC said:The crestie isn't as pointed as usual!
Good answer, GARDENBIRDER :)
I just think that all its energy went into its belly ;)
This morning's entry order was squirrel, Crestie, Coat Tit.
We still have visitors/photographers:
The 3 main Tits:
Plenty birdies most of the day:
A Coal Tit was last at the feeder but this bird (pigeon?) was last on-screen - it had wandered out of the trees and meandered down out of the bottom:
No Chaffinch seen all day.
(Please remember that I skim thru 6-hour clips at a rate of knots, so nothing I report is gospel.)
scylla said:We still have visitors/photographers:
I thought it was RSPB person carrying a Bird Feeder...CHOL:):)
In reply to SunnyKate2:
SunnyKate2 said:I thought it was RSPB person carrying a Bird Feeder...CHOL:):)
I bet you're right, KATE
This was the morning get-go after a rainy night. Might be a bit too long :(
Seven birdies at the feeder:
Blue Tit, Chaffinch, Great Tit:
The Blue Tit liked to perch on the tree-trunk, plucking up the will to 'attack' ;)
(On a forum tech note, I'm getting frequent "Successfully reconnected" popups today. I was only thinking this morning about the state this forum was in when first unveiled to us all, and how grateful we should all be, and probably are, that it's so usable now.)
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