Saturday, 7 January 2017

More first week shenanigans

The Safari was subjected to a pretty dire foggy day today which mostly involved chores. We did have to go out early afternoon on an errand which took us past FB's house where he's been watching nearly a dozen Waxwings on the street tree opposite from his sitting room window - when we drove past it was that foggy we could hardly see the trees from the driver's seat never mind any birds sat in them.
The grotty weather gave us the opportunity to see nothing was happening in the garden and after that we got to grips with a couple of recent SD cards to show you some more of what we've been up to this week.
Black Headed Gull taken at work
Starling also taken at work
Both of the Snow Buntings
They find the tiniest of seeds well out on a lower strandline well out on the beach
 And then there's the sunsets...
Good to see people videoing the Starling mumuration with their tablet - all technology is acceptable!
The Sparrowhawk banking away after an unsuccessful dart at the flock
Where to next? Back to the Southside for some family duties but we may well get a chance to bob in to some wildlife sites soomewhere sometime during the day.
In the meantime let us know who's been gleaning all the seeds in your outback.

1 comment:

cliff said...

That perched Starling is posing well for you, nicely shows off its array of colours.