nice to have five mins to catch up with your latest photos, lovely sets one and all.
I was watching one of the Cyrils today and noticed it using its paw like a fork (similar to how the LTT's eat) ….. lifting its paw to its mouth - first time I've seen it with squirrels.
still as mischievous as ever and I won't be sorry to leave them behind lol
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to Alan.:
Lot to learn
Not sure if these are all youngsters, so adding them here, all from my local (bottom of street) park.
Blackcap female or youngster
my photo's here
Brilliant photos everyone, too many to acknowledge individually.
A hoverfly enjoying some pollen, with possibly a midge or mossie on the right....
Flickr Peak Rambler
My Flickr photos
Not sure if this is an adult or youngster Grasshopper Warbler...waiting to see opinions on Twitter so any help here would be nice too.
I'll put them all up.
I can see you lurking Hazel !!
A quick jaunt around Arne today....
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