Evening Sprawk!!

6.30p.m.  what kind of time is that for a meal, 

Shame there was no-one around

Will have to move that feeder methinks

Too cold to stand out there in my slippers, and I could hear a couple of birds muttering at me, probably saying why don't you DO something, so I took a step forward and off he/she went. 

A Robin appeared at once to my right, don't know if it was Titch, he was looking scared, all small and tight, so I left out a little pastry on the dustbin which has gone, and came back in to warm up.

Keep smiling

Gaynor

Lot to learn

  • gaynorsl said:
    6.30p.m.  what kind of time is that for a meal, 

    He knows it will be 7.30 pm  that time tomorrow night so he's getting in early    lol        Lovely photos of this handsome bird.  

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  • It is rather hopeful to sit a couple of feet away from the feeder, but you can't blame it for trying! When it gets a little camouflage tent and tries again we should be worried!

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  • In reply to Nigel O:

    Nigel O said:
    When it gets a little camouflage tent

    And the night vision scope and Kalashnikov!

  • It's the camouflage gear we should fear!!!     For me I mean, camping out all day and waylaying birds and passers bye, nothing would be safe.     I blame all this staying in, it is interfering with my brain process.

    Lot to learn

  • Me thinks you will have move the feeder. Mr sprawk is a bit too near there!

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.