Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by Drew5233, Apr 18, 2010.
Good hunters too!
Same River different weir different Heron
Goldcrest after hitting patio door - it recovered.
Isn't autofocus a PITA sometimes!
As you know mate my usual suspects are very static
Nice autumnal leaves though
This little coal tit looked badly out of shape after hitting our window. His left leg was behind his ear and his wings were all over the place, but his eye were open.
I picked him up to be sure he didn't get nabbed by a roaming cat, and to benefit from the warmth of my hand.
After about 5 minutes he suddenly went "Ahh, where am I" and flew off. (I guess that's what you call concussion)
A few days have passed and I still see him feeding on the patio, so hopefully no bad internal injuries.
(p.s. we both got very wet in the rain!)
Heron having a nap .St James Park,London
Sadly found this dead hedgehog in front garden today.
On the hunt,dived on a small creature as I took photo Kestrel missed the opportunity due to a Magpie who got in the way ,who there had the full works from the Kestrel in a chase
New Holland Honeyeater after a bath:
Don't call me a flamingo, I'm a Galah:
Superb Fairy Wren, aptly named:
G'day, wot roo looking at?
White Ibis and Wood Duck
Ok, I know it says back garden, but is inside the house alright? I will leave you to judge the size in relation to the coving, Happy Christmas to one and all.
Not a picture but we were serenaded all summer by a pair of Great Horned owls. That background sound is the rushing river.
I also found this photogenic beast, fed him an earwig as a thank you for posing. The spread from the tips of of legs 2 to 7 I'd estimate at around 14 cms.
My wife and I work from the same room in the house. I think she just sh@t herself. Teach her for looking over my shoulder
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