In reply to Cirrus:
A windy night in Sydney!
The Western Meadowlark is still around but hardly ever comes up to the feeder these days
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
In reply to scylla:
Daisy Duck's built up the duvet with lots of down, this must be serious incubation now:
Much later she took has gone for a meal break at last:
Recue Station Makov
I've seen several Middle Spotted Woodpecker visits but no sigh of the one with the injured wing.
In reply to Korky:
The snowman was given feather wings but they soon blew off:
I can't get a really good snap of the Jay, despite multi-appearances - this cam seems "different" this season from last.
Anyway, here's an impressive snippet:
In order to keep its plumage free from parasites, it lies on top of anthills with spread wings and lets its feathers be sprayed with formic acid.
scylla said:I can't get a really good snap of the Jay, despite multi-appearances - this cam seems "different" this season from last.
I think the snow is affecting the camera exposure. It's exposing for the bright white of the snow and therefore underexposing for the basket area making it seem dark.
It has been a bit disappointing this year. No Hawfinches visiting so far - they were regulars last year. However, a Treecreeper has been visiting recently. Now there's a challenge for you to get a snap of that, Scylla.
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Daisy Duck and the Sea Eagle - Update:
Daisy is sitting on her eggs as I type
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