Over the last week we’ve had rather a lot of snow here in the UK (I love snow by the way). 😀
The weather system that caused this was mainly from Siberia and brought very cold winds and lots of snow, although I have to say that we were lucky here in the South-east UK and didn’t get the worst of it.
It is really important that in the freezing cold temperatures to put as much food and water out for all different forms of wildlife in the garden; I managed to get some photographs too, so this is really a bit of a photo-blog. 🙂
This robin loves the fat ball ring feeder and can be quite possessive by chasing off some of the smaller birds.
At the end of January each year is the annual Big Garden Birdwatch survey which is organized by the RSPB (sorry this is only available in the UK). It is the biggest wildlife participation event of its kind and if you’ve read this blog before you will know I enjoy it and take part too. 🙂
Hello, it’s been a while since I posted and there are a lot of things that have been going on.
First things first, I must apologize for not updating you; a family member died suddenly, I was shocked and didn’t really feel like blogging, after that a close family friend had a life saving operation on her heart recently, so it’s been a bit frantic (especially for an introvert like me).
I do have some pictures for you that were taken some time ago and have been edited though.
These two photographs are of a male Kestrel near where I live. 🙂
They are fabulous birds of prey and I wish that I could have managed to get a photograph of them hovering as they are looking for prey.
This squirrel was a visitor in our garden throughout the summer, I left out a supply of nuts in the tree and it didn’t seem to come to any of the feeders and pinch the birds or other mammal food that I left out. 🙂
I will try in the coming weeks to get a more updated blog out about the garden; I hope everyone is enjoying the late summer/autumn?
I went to a large park a couple of weeks ago; it was back when we had temperatures over 30 degrees or roughly 93 fahrenheit (for those of you who use that form of measure of heat). Fortunately I went early in the day so I didn’t get the massive heat and I also stayed pretty much in the shade wearing my large brimmed hat and lots of sun cream. 🙂
I thought I would share some pictures of the deer there.
This young female was keeping cool in the heat, although you can’t see there’s a pond just to the right of the photograph.