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  • In reply to Germain:

    Hi Caroline they are Rowan Berries/Mountain Ash.

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  • In reply to Alan.:

    Ah  thank you - now I see.... I never have any left by this time of the year, my tree has already been stripped out 

    Cin J 

    Cin J

  • What a brilliant sight, Alan. Waxwings and Redwings. I've seen neither this year. Very envious.



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  • In reply to Alan.:

    Beautiful photos Alan of the Waxwings, Redwings and Mistle Thrush. Have yet to see any Thrush yet, only ever had a couple of visits from the Redwings and only ever seen the Waxwings in the woodland, a mile away. Maybe it is time to visit to see if they are there!

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  • Fabulous birds to see Alan and equally fabulous photo captures;  I've not seen a Waxwing this season but live in hope !


    Regards, Hazel 

    "Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again" 

  • In reply to Alan.:

    Well worth staking that tree out with all those fabulous visitors Alan, great captures.

    Lot to learn

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  • Mr and Mrs Crossbill come down to the puddle to partake in beverages just like my good-self.....taken from the comfort of my car whilst eating fruit cake and drinking a cup of tea.

  • In reply to Paul Cousins:

    Nice snapp Paul, mmmm sounds nice fruit cake and a cuppa, think I will put the kettlle on!

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  • Pleased to see that The Peregrine is back again on my patch today.

    This Peregrine is showing a full crop. The crop is the name of the part of the falcon’s anatomy that serves as a storage area for food until it is passed to the stomach – often seen as a bulge in the upper part of the bird’s chest area when it is full.