In reply to Bob S:
Lovely shots of the Deer Bob, I do hope that you did have a tasty treat for the Robin, seeing as he could not eat your laces!!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
To see the Red Deer full screen shows how magnificent they are, also love the little Robin, that'll teach you to always carry a few crumbs with you!!
Lot to learn
A bit blowy this morning in the local valley. A couple of kestrels, a bit long.
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to HAZY:
In reply to gaynorsl:
Haven't got a very good trail cam but decided to set it up last night when it captured two foxes that are around and thankfully they look to be in good health looking at their size, coat, etc... Only record clips and as the first was very brief I added a copy of it again to the end of the video when it took a (culled) grey squirrel away.
Bath time at Old Moor.
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Shovellers at Abberton Reservoir last week, not seen this behaviour before which looks like group feeding, must have been something good on the surface. A bit over exposed and jerky but it was windy.
New visitor to the garden, it has a slight limp, hopefully it's sore more than an injury.
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