Super photo, KORKY :-*
My final snaps from Alabama, for the foreseeable future:
The one at the back is tending its bottie:
Cheerio, Cat, our acquaintance was all too short (13s vid):
Back in Ohio - they've got snow! Only the rabbits "brave" it:
Just fer fun:
They ran away several times but I never got even a glimpse of any threat (8s vid):
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In reply to scylla:
scylla said:My final snaps from Alabama, for the foreseeable future:
Scylla, I hope you're not disappearing altogether, from everywhere.....
The osprey season will soon be upon us although I'm hearing not altogether positive things about the Rutland website/past data, and no idea what and when anything is going to happen for new season at Loch Garten. Maybe I shall have to change my pandion addiction for diomedea.
Back to dear Czech feeders :)
Great White Egret was stood standin' for absolutely ages!
Lots 'n lots of Great Tits...
...with a Tree Sparrow:
...with a Blue Tit with unusually high white forehead?
...wth a Nuthatch:
...with a Ring-necked Dove:
...with a GSW:
...hovering over a couple of mates:
That doesn't get anywhere near showing you how many and how busy were the Great Tits :)
A quiet afternoon at the Pond - the cam needs adjusting, it's not showing much of the food pile.
Only a Mallard, a few Doves and a couple of Coots showed any interest, apart from this young deer - it discarded the bread but got terrific value out of the wilted lettuce/cabbage leaf - it munched and munched, but with its head turned away
Daytime saw the trays ready de-snowed by the rabbits and lots of birds anxious to take advantage - with mini-flocks of Mourning Doves and, especially, Starlings :o
This time they all fitted on so neatly, no overspill, just a forlorn female N Cardinal in waiting... but it couldn't last long:
No, I'm not going anywhere - just replacing Alabama with some old friends ;) I am very touched that anyone would miss me
I wonder if anyone can ID this spider on the WB Sea Eagles' tree?
Scylla, I'm with Lisa K (and probably scores more people who read but never post!)--ever so glad to hear you are only switching webcams, not abandoning us!
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