In my garden.....

  • Glorious sunshine today...I even sat out with a cuppa at lunchtime although there was a cold wind....birds were chirping away...it was soooooooooo nice and here are a few pics I took

    Even toastie enough for a bath

    Even RRB had a spring in his step

    Then silence....hah!

    She soon took off with empty talons

    and garden was back to normal

    look at me blink lol

    solar fountain now working and being used woohoo

    Big fella down for a wander...

    Looks too heavy for take off 

    Just another day with my wonderful visitors..

    Stay safe, Take care

    (Pardon the Scottish Accent)

  • The birds certainly looked to be enjoying the sunshine, your beautiful garden and tasty treats on offer and glad you were able to sit outside with a cuppa enjoying the activity. I do miss our last garden with all the same birds as to which you get so wonderful to share your garden now :) a good variety of species and good to see the tiny Goldcrest and Lollipop again; keep enjoying as springtime is almost upon us !

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    Regards, Hazel 

    "Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again" 

  • Well done again Linda, another great assortment of lovely birds
  • You did have a lovely sunny day Linda, and cracking photos to show for it. All enjoying the sunshine and food. Love the jumping Robin and the wee Goldie and of course the bootifool LTT. What is the bird in the snap under the first Robin, Bluetit?

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  • In reply to HAZY:

    Thanks Hazel....how you getting on with your balcony feeders...any interest yet?....I wonder if any flowers will bloom in my garden this year after all the digging the wild life do lol Got lots of seed to sew just incase...I want lots of life in the garden this summer I saw my first fluttering thing today...orange type moth perhaps...definetly orange in colour and landed briefly on a conifer

    (Pardon the Scottish Accent)

  • In reply to i love robins:

    Thanks ILR, I get carried away when the sun is out lol

    (Pardon the Scottish Accent)

  • In reply to Catlady:

    I sure did CL, thanks....the birds just look so full of life in the sun....under the 1st robin is a magpie landing...unless your seeing it in a different order??

    (Pardon the Scottish Accent)

  • A glorious day and photos, too. The Sprawk peeking out of the conifer is lovely and I see you have caught a levitating Goldfinch as well, but all the garden birds are looking great

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    Nige   Flickr

  • Lovely pics Linda, good to see your new fountain being used. It doesn't take the birds long to find the new feeders, baths etc does it. I reckon the blue tits have the quickest noses;-) whenever I put out a new block of suet they are there in a flash. I ran out yesterday and tried some mild cheddar - no interest!! will have to put the cheddar in pastry today for them :-) Blowing a hooley (as promised) woke me up, will try and sleep again now maybe my mind will slow down after looking at the lovely photos everyone puts up.

    Lot to learn

  • In reply to Nigel O:

    Cheers Nige, The sprawk flew straight to the new water feature then on to the conifers...not sure what it saw but got heehaw lol...Totally different today , birds are hanging on to branches for dear life!

    (Pardon the Scottish Accent)