So instead of starting a new discussion everytime I get new visitors or decent shots of wildlife in the garden I shall just keep adding to this one.
So today it was the Great Spotted Woodpecker, 2 of them chasing each other around the trees
Just managed to catch the 2 of them together
Then it was Woodpecker v Starlings....yes I see yous up there
Move out of my way as am coming up...
I said moooooove...
you were warned...
ah...peace to eat at last..
I Dont mind sharing with the dunnock though, just those pesky starlings I dont like lol
Dunnock, robin and thrush happily hopping about together
Gorgeousredwing still around
Flying without wings.....
I just like the different colours of the trees and sky not all grey for a change!
Mr & Mrs RRB (bad pic but it difficult to get them together)
and up last its a wee lollipop
Think that will do for today as I have probably bored you all long enough lol
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to HAZY:
2013 photos & vids here
eff37 on Flickr
In reply to WendyBartter:
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
Lovely Linda, not bored me at all. I bet you need plenty fat balls in your garage/shed to fill up that fat ball ring holder!!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Only had an hour of garden watch today but still plenty to see despite Mr Sparrowhawk lurking around
I now have a pair of Dunnocks!
Mr GS Woodpecker eyeing up something...
oh I see!....he wont stand a chance if all those starlings swoop down!
Then everything is gone ....except a hungry Sparrowhawk
i see you!
and a thursh supporting a new piece of headwear lol
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