how about a group about the different birds that come into our gardens?
Latest Activity: Jun 28
I love trees too and wouldn't want to live without them! we've planted about 540 of them in the first several years of living here. (Way too much work!)
Also, I have two feeders that I can move back & forth on a rope, (which I use to foil the squirrels.) One is over my garden so I use the spillage as mulch, and it blends in with the garden mulch. I use black oil sunflower seeds as they give the least amount of waste, supposedly.
Patricia, it is hard to get the titmouse here also, as he won't stay still for a moment! ;)
Mark, you must have a great camera with a great zoom!! really nice photos. Had a hawk come down on a bird yesterday as I sat having my coffee on the deck. I couldn't believe how he got between me and the arbor in a very small space and didn't hit anything. He had the bird, which I couldn't identiy on the ground and then took off with it. Had to make a vertical exit too with the bird in his talons. Too quick to even think about my camera but I'll surely remember the experience!!
Mark, love the owls, baby is so sweet and fluffy. Was sitting out one evening and an owl landed on our street light but could not see what kind it was. We do hear them at night.
Mom is Watching You
Practical joker eh! ;)
Yes Sharon, they really do tear them up around here, there are wetlands around, so there are many trees that the bugs live in and draw all sorts of woodpeckers! Uh, even our front porch supports before we re-built them!
That's a great picture of the kestrel, Mark. Do you have a nestbox? I hear you can mount one for kestrels.
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