"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Bob, Bob, Bob we need a bigger roof rack ...........helppppppp
Lot to learn
Lovely set Bob....loving that sheep!! How much of a walk was it? (Assuming you didn't get lost take the scenic route?)
In reply to HAZY:
Yes Hazel, really lovely captures of Reed Buntings , Dunnock, female Teal and Mallard. One question . Do you think I should offer some grit to my balcony birds ( Great- and Blue Tits, House Sparrows and Goldfinches? Or do they find enough of that in the city grounds, parks and playgrounds?
In reply to Mart 1:
Mart 1 said:One question . Do you think I should offer some grit to my balcony birds ( Great- and Blue Tits, House Sparrows and Goldfinches? Or do they find enough of that in the city grounds, parks and playgrounds?
I shouldn't bother Mart the only bird I've seen possibly taking grit on my patch are the Goldfinches and they get it off the paths..if it is grit they are after.
My Flickr photos
One of my morning escorts around my patch..they follow me everywhere lol.
In reply to PimperneBloke:
Thanks, it was a 6 and half hour walk from the edge of Sheffield to Chatsworth, with it being the scenic route me getting lost :)
The path on Big moor I sometimes take has a little 1 foot hop over a stream but the recent floods had washed the edges away and made it impassable. A little higher up I saw some red deer cross so I thought that's the place for me :) sadly I'm no deer. Even they stopped on their trek in to the middle of the moor to see if I fell in (well they may just have been keeping an eye on me but I'm sure they had their hooves crossed)
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