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


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.  


    Regards, Hazel 

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

  • 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!


    Nige   Flickr

  • 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.