It’s back to my lockdown hide , aka the patio door and time to spend a few hours in the cold , chilling with our garden squirrel. Talk about back to the future, I wouldn’t have believed you last March if you had said in what’s nearly a year I would still be confined to the garden . Mind you I’m very grateful that I have a garden with wildlife to escape into. The meadow hide is now nearly finished , so we’re just waiting for the end of lockdown to relocate it to the wildflower meadow. In the mean time , here’s a few more images of my chilled out friend………..
The Robin , Erithacus rubecula. The Robin , a familiar sight in British gardens and parks is a small rounded bird with a distinctive red plumage on it’s breast. A firm favourite in our garden and a regular visitor to the wildflower meadow hide this little bird sometimes called the Robin Redbreast is embedded deep […]
One of our fox visitors got a little startled by a plastic box , containing a hedgehog….
Meet the Model , Reggie the Red-legged Partridge Alectoris rufa The Red-legged Partridge is a non native plump, round bird, is a fairly common sight on farmland, where it feeds on seeds, leaves and small invertebrates. Also known as the ‘French partridge’, it was introduced to the UK from western Europe during the 1700s as […]