Tag Archives: Jay

Starting to feed the birds

Whilst I realise that one is supposed to feed the wildbirds all year round, our garden provides lots of seeds and insects for the birds to survive during the summer and the pond provides them with a place to drink … Continue reading

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Sad demise of the Bluetits

Only a couple of days after filming the bluetits dashing in and out of their box and hearing the young beginning to make enough noise to show signs of promise, its sad to have to announce that the parent birds … Continue reading

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Spring and Winter Birds in our Garden

The weather today continued to be “interesting” for late March. Overnight temperatures of-2C or -3C meant that the snow that fell on Friday and Saturday has not melted much. The biting easterly wind meant that there was no point in … Continue reading

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Goldfinch

I can’t say I was expecting to make a post today, I assumed that because this weekend is the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, the weather would be bad and their wouldn’t be many birds to see. However, the opposite has … Continue reading

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Jays Collecting Peanuts

The poor weather continues, the snow doesn’t seem to want to melt. But it certainly seems to have increased the variety of birds visiting the garden. Today features the Jay which seem to be searching around in the garden for … Continue reading

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