Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by Drew5233, Apr 18, 2010.
Dont you call me a Peasant , fish face
Pheasant yesterday, Heron today! Except there's nothing in the pond, no fish, frogs or newts, as they've long ago been eaten by this chap! Wasting its time!
The evil fiend!
The bluebells are up in the garden, always a tonic. Have to leave the grass in the patches alone as best I can so I don’t decimate the little buggers.
Well, that was one very big surprise when we checked the wildlife camera this morning!
This week I spotted a pileated female woodpecker. Since it is a female, I guess it is not Woody Woodpecker.
Cormorant perching in the trees,River Chess Hertfordshire.
King of the farm
These two turned up on our back doorstep! The fox saw the badger off, it deciding retreat was the best option.
I live on a street called Fox Hill Terrace and have been there since 1977. It was not until about five years ago that I saw a fox in the area. Now they are fairly frequent visitors along with deer, coyotes, and wild turkeys. Here are some of the deer that have visited. They love the crabapple tree.
Two little donkeys in north Georgia.
The badger was afraid of a fox?
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