In reply to Nigel O:
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Nature will go around in cycles, and I don't mean bicycles, or trikes etc.... LOL
Species come and go, depending on their needs and available food and shelter
Flickr Peak Rambler
In reply to Mike B:
In reply to Linda257:
Linda257 said:I shall tell the neighbours that Mike...Starlings were back this morning lol
I'll let you make that decision.
Just a few pics from past few days as I tried to minimise the visitors...sad days when you get a letter from council asking you not to encourage birds into the area...I live on the edge of flaming woodland, Greenbelt! And also told me how to feed birds..seriously!!!! So Im guessing the complaint is from the moaning woman as it wasnt her that told me to stop feeding the squirrels that was the one on the other side..Oh I do wish they would go back to work and leave me to enjoy what I always have for over 20 yrs! Och enough doom and gloom...time for some pictures...
Waggie was back for more insecty things
RrB put in an appearance
Mrs GSW was disorientated...where the hells the food today??
Dont look back in anger! Thats all the food there is...sorry
Close up of Maggie
Mrs Chubbawubba protesting high in my conifers..You seriously what to take on the grey squirrels? lol
and this one pretending to be invisible
Not sure if this was a young Dunnock or just exhaused by the heat
Usual wee coaltit
Mr BB striking a pose
Or more like telling the squirrel to leave some food for him
An finally a youngster telling the neighbours to mind their own!
Hope you are all well and enjoying the wonderful weather. Its been raining here since about 9 this evening...we certainly need it, birds will be delighted in the morning no doubt.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
Lot to learn
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