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SQUIRREL PICNIC TABLE

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Looking back through what has been a very different year, one of the highlights was definitely getting reacquainted with my garden visitors. At night time the mice , hedgehogs and foxes , and during the day all the garden birds. However one of the most entertaining and regular visitors to the garden has to be the grey squirrels. Above are a few images of a squirrel enjoying the pub style picnic table I made in the workshop during the first national lockdown here in the U.K.

WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY

Wildlife Wednesday from the meadow hide Its that time of the week again , well almost . Due to a pressing engagement in Bath ( diner with the wife ) Wildlife Wednesday has been moved to Thursday. Anne is once again in the co-pilots seat today , keeping tabs on the comings and goings and […]

THE NOCTURNAL WORLD

The Nocturnal World There is a great feature on the BBC News website today all about the nocturnal activities in suburban gardens , it’s worth having a look at , some of the pictures are stunning. Here’s the link from the BBC you might also like

WEEKEND WILDLIFE

Weekend Wildlife at the Meadow Hide Wow, a bumper day of wildlife watching here today at the meadow hide. All the usual suspects made an appearance , together with a few new faces and a surprise fly past by an old friend. As ever , leading the parade and representing the mammals we have the […]

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