I've still yet to see any young!
I'm assuming there are some around here!
Flickr Peak Rambler
Starling Air arrivals today ……………………..
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Guess whos hiding?...
Surprise!!!....my latest addition...
I bet it was saying its so nice to get a bit of piece and quiet and not a starling insight!
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
Just a few from yesterday, wondering whether to jump in for a bath or not.
Go on I dare you
They opted for the wet grass, but it shouldn't be long before they partake of the proper thing.
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
In reply to PimperneBloke:
Awww, what beautiful photos Gaynor
PimperneBloke said:Lol...you could almost hear the conversation!! :o)
Lol PB, you picture that little group perfectly wondering what trouble they can cause next !!
gaynorsl said:Good luck on the 12th Hazy (did I read you are moving then?) will be thinking of you.
Thanks Gaynor, yes three weeks today we'll be vacating the rental in the countryside that we've been in since last July !! where does the time go ? Most of our household items and furniture are still in long term store so we won't be receiving those until we have those elusive carpets fitted ! Who would think something as simple as carpets could delay the chain of moving events lol It's like a chain link that has one piece broken in the middle so we can't move forward so to speak. However, the apartment is habitable enough to live in and we can get the necessary like lights, window blinds, etc, fitted once companies are fully back to work. We have water, light, power, INTERNET ! and appliances all installed so we'll survive in the short term lol
Funny, I can tell by your words that you are pretty keen to get there!!!!!!!!!!
A couple more of the Spadgers today....
This is the latest hatch by the look of them
How can you not take their photos?
One seems to be more on the ball, maybe spotted me through the window.
These are "the inseparables"
Joined at the hip:-)
Fun to watch
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