(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
So today I woke up to some snow...and only a few birds
Then the guards of the garden (crows) were going nuts in the tree but I couldnt see anything...
So I head out and fill my bucket with food for the feeder and and walk to the back of my all of a sudden rather quiet garden where I get the fright of my life coming face to face with a headless pigeon and a Sparrowhawk scarpering up the trees and over the fence...so off it went and I just filled up the feeders then got my capture camera set up to hopefully catch it when it came back for its meal as I couldnt get a clear view from the window as it was behind 2 nets and under the conifers....so hours past and got some little birds in and out the garden...
Then come about 3pm and I could see movement in the distance...sorry the pictures are not great
I even crept outside down on my knees in the puddles to try get a decent picture!
and from my capture camera when it finally flew off
Hopefully thats it "fedup" for a few days so my other featherd friends can eat in peace!
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to HAZY:
A good idea to add to an existing thread, and some brilliant photos Linda.
Flickr Peak Rambler
In reply to Mike B:
Thanks Mike, Always something to amuse me in the garden if I cant get out.
Managed to catch this little new visitor dancing about on the fence today.
Lovely little wren I believe
Sparrows getting peace to eat for a change
and BB having a splash...its there honestly!
Robin had a quick dip aswell
In reply to Linda257:
Linda257 said:Thanks Mike, Always something to amuse me in the garden if I cant get out.
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