We get a good range of birds visiting the feeders in the garden, this afternoon I grabbed a few shots from a window in the house. Also been making and putting nesting boxes around the area, with plans to make and install a camera in one for next year. So a couple of photographs off our visitors.
Here,s my little helper again. Been getting a start on a small orchard and was having a look around when I spotted my little friend eyeing up a small apple on one of the young trees. Will have to get out tomorrow and get something different.
Some Photo’s I took this morning while there was a brief sunny period, I love wildlife and when I have time I watch and photograph it.
Even half an hour in the garden can product a few shots. I find it very calming and relaxing to spend time around any animals. A couple of bird feeders and you have no end of photographic subjects, birds of all sizes and shape visit the garden.
I have found I can stand still and after a short time they ignore me, providing I don’t move suddenly. With seed falling to the ground and me scattering a little around, it’s also a chance for some ground shots.
So if you enjoy birds or other small animals, set up the right conditions and food and with a little time enjoy your own private viewing.
But it’s who is watching who. Thank you for viewing.
Over the winter bird feeders are hung up and bird seed gets dropped on the ground from the smaller birds feeding. Over the last few days a Ring-necked Pheasant has been dropping into peck around the ground under them. So sitting having a coffee this morning I looked out and there he was. Yes this is the cock bird has the hen is a dull brown colour. So grabbing the camera and putting the automobile/car between myself and the Pheasant, I made it over the yard without spooking the bird. Leaning over the front of the vehicle I got a few shots off. Here’s is one off them.
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