In reply to gaynorsl:
Thanks Gaynor, yes the little bluetits are always fist to investigate they must be the nosiest out all the birds lol....Hope you made it back out with the pastry today although as you say it blowing a hooley!!! Am glad I filled all the feeders late on yesterday!
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
A couple from yesterdays blustery day...not that you can tell!
And some from a rather miserable grey drizzly day today
A little ray of sunshine.....
there was actually a little brightness late afternoon...
I took this pic all excited that I would get many more of the wee yin and then the camera said "battery exhausted"
God damn you!!! Time I changed battery he was offski
found him on a conifer later on
another lovely visitor today...flew staight to a feeder
and managed to get a piece of suet then eating it here. Never saw a thrush on a feeder before!
and that concludes another day .....
Lot to learn
In reply to Nigel O:
More brilliant photos, and even with the rain to try and dampen them, but unsuccessfully.
Nice to see the goldcrest is still a regular visitor.
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In reply to Mike B:
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