Walmore Common This afternoon three very vocal Hobbies, 13 Snipe, a Green Sandpiper, two Little Egrets and nine Whinchats. (Andy Jayne). Lydney From Lydney Harbour to Aylburton Warth an early female/immature MERLIN, 60 Teal, 20 Dunlins, five Common Sandpipers, a Sparrowhawk, a Kingfisher, two Kestrels, two Hobbies, five Ravens, five Sand Martins, three […]Friday 10th September 2021 —
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. These past few weeks I’ve featured images from time to time of birds that are just passing through — birds in migration that are making brief stopovers in our area. Here’s another example. This is a Long-billed […]Long-billed Curlew — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. I was driving on a farm road yesterday morning when I saw an elongated shape lying in front of me. I knew immediately that it was a snake. I make it a practice never to bypass snakes […]Mohave Rattlesnake — Sonoran Images
Wildlife Wednesday from the Meadow Hide It’s a day flying solo at the wildflower meadow hide today. The meadow is now in full retreat , the hight has dropped down to around 300mm ( 12 inches) , winter is apparently approaching ! It’s also been the first day that I have had to unpack the […]Wildlife Wednesday — Wildonline.blog
Many would say it’s like living with a perpetual (feathered) toddler.
Lavender’s September ’21 edition of It’s A Birb Thing illustrates perfectly what it’s like living with a feathered companion.
for One Word Sunday: opposite/opposingOpposite and opposing — This, that and the other thing
Weekend Wildlife It’s the weekend again , and here in the U.K. it’s our summer bank holiday ( public holiday ) so it’s also a long weekend, no office until Thursday ! And once again I’m back at the meadow hide. Today in the co-pilots seat is my wife Anne. It’s been rather quiet here […]WEEKEND WILDLIFE — Wildonline.blog
Sometimes things aren’t what they seem. Cheeks realizes that what looks like a new friend may not be.
Head on over to Lavender’s August ’21 It’s A Birb Thing to see how Cheeks deals with her potential new friend.
Oh dear, looks like Cheeks is taking preening to a new level in the July’ 21 issue of It’s A Birb Thing.
Like in real estate, perching is all about location, location, location.
In the May ’21 edition of It’s A Birb Thing we find Cheeks experimenting with various perch options around the house in order to find the best one for her to preen and play while keeping a close eye on mom!