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
What a brilliant sight, Alan. Waxwings and Redwings. I've seen neither this year. Very envious.
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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 !
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Well worth staking that tree out with all those fabulous visitors Alan, great captures.
Lot to learn
Through the window
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!
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.
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