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Tag Archives: RSPB
As I was sitting here on the bench yesterday (eventually) doing as I was told, the view through the window was that of four and a half boats, a pontoon pole, three spindly trees, and the roof tops of the … Continue reading
I didn’t take part in the RSPB’s garden watch in January for two reasons: 1: I didn’t get their email reminder (incidental and wouldn’t have mattered) 2: We were away anyway. Coming back from my shower this morning, the cacophony … Continue reading
A bit of a cheat this one, incorporating 2 consecutive letters. On our second walk up to the High Street today, we passed a wall upon which was a Bird. It made no effort whatsoever to fly away, even when … Continue reading
These are the pictures I took of the swan on the nest this morning. It’s a magnificent structure. I don’t know if it was the male or female ‘sitting’ (apparently the female has a paler beak) but the other was … Continue reading
I received an email this week, as I do every January. Just a little reminder and an important date, which this year is the 24th and 25th January. I will have to choose my ‘perch’ with care, so depending on … Continue reading
I am confused. The results are in for the 2014 RSPB Bird Watch, and I don’t understand. A few years ago, the result showed a decline in Sparrows. Not in my garden. The hedge out front and next door’s buddlia … Continue reading
At the end of January, it was the RSPB’s annual bird watch. I took part and recorded the different varieties and number of birds that visited our garden in my chosen hour. This year, we seemed to have more gold … Continue reading