Lot to learn
Thanks to everyone for the photos and comments. Linda, Congratulations on seeing the deer and good luck with your newly-bought plants! Hope it does not return for regular feasts. Deer are very agile and probably can leap over 6-foot fences. Your photos reminded me of our birding friends in Alaska--they have Moose leaping their fences, into and out of their back garden, and pruning their shrubs in the dead of winter.
In reply to gaynorsl:
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
In reply to Gardenbirder:
In reply to Linda257:
Linda257 said:no need to lift lockdown
I'm sorry, Linda, but your glorious leader seems to think you can go out and do stuff from next Thursday!
In reply to PimperneBloke:
PimperneBloke said:glorious leader
lol thanks PB I nearly choked on my biscuit...I have many better words for her!!
Oh yes i can go fishing (i can do that in my pond)
i can play golf (i can drive a few balls over the fence)
bowling? (am not old enough for that! ...yet!!)
Like any sensible person actually listens to her!!
So after finally getting rid of the mad mob (Starling Army) yesterday...I had to remove all feeders except seeds and peanut ones just to gain back control of MY own garden and to give my little feathered friends some peace to have a bath and some food.
So if you are not partial to coal tits I would stop reading now
It was lovely spending a couple of hours just watching them collect food as you will see in my pic overload
Enough I hear you say lol
Well I did manage to get a few other visitors...nothing new this time though lol
And then there was a meeting...so whats the plan guys
when your trying to get away with the last bit of suet!!!
oh hello there
even the fox knows not to touch my plants!
Well that was another humdrum day in my garden...oh except that wee cutie baby Robin which was the highlight.
Hope you all enjoyed as today its blowing a gale and rain!
So take care and I will hopefully be back soon with more babies!
Linda257 said:control of MY own garden
What ever gave you the idea it was your garden Linda?
Lovely pics again and you're so lucky to have such a range of species
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