Our Garden@19. A garden blog following the year, preparing to open for the NGS, while enjoying visiting gardens, the beauty of nature, the plants, the wildlife and a sanctuary to relax in.
They are gorgeous little birds. They always turn up here when it gets colder. Having said that, I haven't seen them yet.
It is nice to see these birds in the garden, I don't mind not having real cold weather though.
We are visited too by Long tailed Tits, they look quite exotic don't they. I like your fat ball feeder too, we have a pair of Jackdaws making a nuisance on our fat ball feeder currently, your design looks as if that would put a stop to that.
Jackdaws were the reason I bought the fat ball feeder cage Julie.
These little beauties visit a neighbours garden but thus far are elusive in my garden. A bit of envy here!
They do like the fat balls from the RSPB, some of them contain a lot of filler and are often ignored by the birds.
These are charming little birds Brian and one of regular feathered visitors. They always make their presence known by the amount of noise that they make.
They are lovely and usually arrive in families.
Again, Brian, another bird that will pass through quickly here (guessing en route somewhere else). Such a delight they are to see when they appear in a group but the sound they make together is even better. They went over my head en route to peanut feeders/fat balls as I stepped out from my potting shed once which was wonderful! Enjoy these comical looking visitors - I hope they stay a while :-)
I do like to see them arrive as a group twittering away to each other.
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