I'm still uneasy about this partnership. Can anyone assure me Mistle is getting fed regularly ? The Mistle Thrush at Glaslyn is an amazing songster
A lovely ethereal capture Scylla, thank you
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
In reply to Cirrus:
11.44 Mistle returned, with a welcoming chirrup. Looking around, tthen into the cup to check on the soft furnishings.
11.47.55 lying in the cup. Looks very at home!
11.48 something flew over and she stands up.
11.50 she flies off.
11.52 she calls briefly off cam
Having changed month I have just realised that since 21 April I have had an extra digit in my snips. I have to go back and delete them all! Bother!
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In reply to SheilaFE:
Good morning! So happy to hear it, such a sentimental sop as I am.
SheilaFE said:Radio Chaffinch has tuned in!
Imagicat || Tiger's links || 2022 LG Obs
12.14 Beautiful song bird on the mic. Any id?
Is this not Radio Chaffinch? It just flew up to the cam and is singing into the mic!
EDIT: Is it redstart? I am rubbish with bird ID. Okay, I need to go check UK bird songs now.
I don't think it's quite 'chaffinch'. I'll stick to redstart. We know there are plenty around - Scylla has become an expert at this! Geemeff?
No chaffinches. We have a redstart but I think it doesn't look like what I posted. Going to look up!@ Sheila Your link looks and sounds like the bird that was on the perch.
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