Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
Very busy with visitors in the garden today...even had..
Great tit inspecting a nest box
And even a pair of bluetits hopefully moving into one.....
Then the both left after lots of coming and goings..Too much material or just to put off others?
Couple of Lollipops passing through and stopped for some fuel
Little Dunnock by the pond as always
Mr BB singing his wee heart out...hoping for a Mrs?
And he gets a Starling...Me dont think he was impressed lol
So managed to get all 4 sitting nicely...too far apart for a decent pic but they need to be or its hell lol
Wee cheeky chappie hiding...
And to finish Mrs GSW
Hope you all enjoyed.
One young blackbird sitting on the fence with not a care in the world ?
Lots of hungry birds in the garden over the past few day...mostly just stuffing their beaks and flying off to feed their young I guess.
Each day I have also got up to a tiny pile of feathers , and finally caught the culprit on my trail cam this morning.....Sparrowhawk having a takeaway early in the morning! Least I know it wasnt a cat or fox.
I fear it may have taken my nest building bluetit as it aint been back
So on a slightly cheerier note, time for some pictures:
Oh I look stunning....compared to the other guy
Feel sorry for this little dude
Hes probably run ragged trying to feed the family, but still had time to stop and pose for me
And my usual furry nutty visitors
That was all 5 squirrels eating together but just couldnt get them all in one picture!....oh and now I actually have 8 visiting squirrels
Hope you are all safe and well.
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
In reply to david:
In reply to Linda257:
Linda257 said:Another pile of feathers this morning ..
It's no good - you're just going to have to get up earlier to catch the perpetrator on camera!!!
Only joking! You're already doing a fine job reporting on your garden inhabitants.
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