Wordless Wildlife Wednesday – Birds

Linking to Tina’s thoughtful wildlife post on mygardenersays.


Providing food, water, perches and shelter will help your local bird population to survive this winter


Long-tailed tit eating sunflower seeds from a feeder


Thrush among the crab apples. Crab apple trees are brilliant for wildlife all year round.


Robin waiting for a feeder opening


This blackcap (left) must be one of the few starting to overwinter in the UK (greenfinch on right)


Sunflower seeds are the most popular feed in our garden, tempting a wide range of species (here goldfinch and chaffinch)


There are always wood pigeons in the tree tops stopping by for softening fruit


Don’t forget to supply water too. Here a fieldfare is enjoying bubbling water from the rock fountain.


And … finishing with an extra picture of a long-tailed tit (because I like them so much)



About Frogend_dweller

Living in the damp middle of nowhere
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6 Responses to Wordless Wildlife Wednesday – Birds

  1. Tina says:

    Wonderful shots!! I enjoy seeing your birds, so different from ours. I don’t blame you for your affection for the long-tailed tits, they sure are cute!

  2. Val says:

    Lovely shots of these birds, many of which are faves (particularly the robin.)

  3. Chloris says:

    As usual, gorgeous bird shots. I don’t know how you do it, do you train them to sit still and look appealing?

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