In reply to PimperneBloke:
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
Lovely collection of Coal Tits, Woodpeckers, shy Squirrels and the surreptitious meeting wondering where their feeder had gone! I rarely see foxes so always slightly jealous/fed up of people who get them in the garden!!
In reply to Nigel O:
Thanks Nige, Feeders all cleaned and back now. I need to clean them everyday as with all the Starlings eat twice as much comes out the other end!!!!
Heehee jealous of me and my lovely foxes
even got one with glow in the dark eyes
Weather is hellish...am surprised anything ventured out last night at all, half expected to wake up to total destruction in the garden this morning as the wind and rain was so bad but only a boxed minature tree fallen over....weather is still terrible so wont be much activity today either I guess.
So the brave ones from last night..or just the most hungry!
I smell chicken...where is it?
I told you to leave some for badgie you greedy little cub!
ahhh a full belly and a wee scratch..
Lot to learn
So it finally dried up yedterdsy,early evening and I though I would give all the feeders a clean and fill them up for the morning.......big mistake as I woke about 6.45 to the mad mob!!! I had to enup removing all the feeders by 8.30...neighbours are gonna love me today ...I may hide indoors all day!
So just a few pics from late on yesterday...
On my doorstep....A Tree bumblebee..I think!
Mrs BB was out and about...
A little grooming
Mr&Mrs Woody getting a bit of daily exercise....a wee waddle up and down the garden
Mr Greedy chops
A weird looking Great Tit
Squirrel proof? I think not!
Stay safe stay well and hope you all enjoy your bank holiday
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
Quiet day as next door was getting stuff done in their garden!
So it was just me and wee waggie....
was lovely to watch it skootn about catching insects
And then I thought there was something wrong with this wee one...but no just sunning itself!
Thats all today am afraid.....starlings must have found a new food source as only seen a few of them...hooray!
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