He's certainly keeping you busy Wendy LOL.
I bet that's a nice warm spot in the sunshine.
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Beautiful Mr K in the sunshine. You must have quite mild weather Wendy, lots of bluebottles about. On your last clip you have in the title 8th June! Mr K has flustered you! Lol
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In reply to Catlady:
I have amended it CL but YT obviously taken no notice, was aware that I was getting somewhat confused with all the pics/vids but what else can you expect at my advanced age!! Lol Yes, weather in quarry much milder than the outside world as we are pretty much sheltered from a Northerly wind but the Southerlies blow us around somewhat!!
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My dear Mr K becoming quite a regular now & hard work to keep up with at times ...
9th @ 13.40
Caught this @ 15.14, must have been there some time
Today @ 9.33 with a bit of birdsong
Then again @ 15.10 with another large item which he flew off with unfinished
Will post this pic here to show that Mr K is not the only one using tree opposite mine to perch in ... this from last month
what wonderful vews you got of Mr K; amazing how far he can turn his head round, made me smile watching him - watching something else ! I wouldn't get any work done with him perched there lol
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In reply to HAZY:
HAZY said:I wouldn't get any work done with him perched there
Unfortunately sometimes I am too busy to record his visits, something which happened at 15.10 today when he perched in that crevice on the cliff face again ... by the time I was free again he had flown!
Loved the way Mr K dealt with a tough rat's tail @ 11.23
Long preening session in tree @ 13.02
Usual ending! Lol
Third visit to crevice in cliff @ 15.10 but not time to be able to record it!
He can't keep away now! That tail was a tough swallow indeed!
He certainly doesn't like to leave anything LOL.
Of course we could have missed seeing him as were very busy yesterday! But he came back today on an extended visit lasting almost an hour ...
Looks to me as if he'd been bathing
He then moved to a cliff ledge where he carried on his very thorough & prolonged preen ...
No huge rats to see today!
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