Are you feeding the birds yet?


OUR LOCAL WOODPECKER – PHOTO TAKEN ON 11 NOVEMBER 2011

Two weeks ago I put out nuts for the birds and so far here is my bird list. Can you beat this for the months of November/December

Great Spotted Woodpecker

Starling

Tree Sparrow

Black Cap

Blue Tit

Great Tit

Greenfinch

Brambling

Redwing

Chaffinch

Robin

Dunnock

House Sparrow

Collared Dove

Jay

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6 responses to “Are you feeding the birds yet?

  1. No, not yet,

    Currently I am mainly Feeding my Blogs with ‘Content’, and I actually once in a while get Comments on Blogposts, that I answer with Writing Comments back, or that can Inspire me to also write
    – Crispy Fresh – New Posts.

    And the Birdseed is already
    in stock so I am prepared for it…,

  2. That’s a good list of visitors. It doesn’t take long for word to get round. If you put out fat cakes as well you’ll attract even more. We have wood pigeons, blackbirds, thrushes, magpies, crows, robins, long-tailed tits, great its, blue tits, coal tits, great spotted woodpeckers, nuthatches,starlings, an occasional chaffinch and goldfinch. We feed all year round and have had a red kite swoop onto the bird table as well as the more usual jays and jackdaws.

  3. Wow Red Kites on the birdtable now that has to be a sight for sore eyes.
    Thanks for the comment – much appreciated.

  4. Yesterday I saw a (Big) Heron on the neigbours roof, we even tried to make a Photo, only it took a little time to get the camera and at ‘La Moment Suprem’ (hope I spelled this right) a neigbour just got home opening the front door making just enough noise to scare it away.

  5. Sue Bruce

    Yes Lin We get Bonellis warblers nuthatches treecreepers every variety of woodpeckers firecrests plus all the ones you got! But fair enough we are further south.Birdwoman from Pélégri.

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