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The Magpie ( Pica pica ) Words and pictures by Peter Hanscomb The Eurasian Magpie , more commonly known as just the Magpie ( Pica pica ) is a member of the crow family and undoubtedly one of the most intelligent and curious of all birds likely to visit our gardens. Magpies are deeply embedded…
The Mole , Talpa euopaea Moles are a regular visitor at the Meadow Hide , we have never seen one which is normal but the evident there , with their distinctive mole hills periodically appearing in the grass path to the hide. The mole is a small mammal that spends most of it’s life underground…
Slow worm , Anguis fragilis With long, smooth, shiny, grey or brown bodies, slow worms look very similar to a small snakes and can grow up to 50cm long. In fact the Slow worm is a legless lizard , and are quite harmless to humans. Slow worms like humid conditions and emerge from their hiding…
What an incredible post! I can’t believe you could get so close and be there when the bird is dining out! Thanks for posting.
And thanks for following our travel blog, Oh, the Places We See. We seem to be traveling to and from the grocery store mostly these days, but sometime soon, we hope, we’ll be on the road again. Wishing you all the best!
Good luck with the travelling, were in the same position . Hopefully next year things will have improved enough to use the passport. Thank you for following Wildonline.
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Wow he is so cute , look at his neck 😀