I think it's slightly sad that, by the end of summer, I've got fed up with the constant "chiff chaff, chiff chaff, chiff chiff chiff chat" song
Why are they doing that Mum?
Reminds me of something I saw a couple of weeks ago whilst going for a walk across the Elmley marshes - a pair of marsh harriers flying and flirting with each other and then suddenly a peregrine cut like a scythe between them (well, it looked like it was between them from my angle) after something.Watched a pair of buzzards doing their courtship display the other day right over my house.
They were also being mobbed by a few crows. It was amazing to watch.
That's always a sign of spring for me.
Love garlic, love eggs but together? No, sure not. There has to be somewhere thats off-limits to garlic, surely!Went out for a bimble yesterday avoiding all humans! Picked a whole bunch of wild garlic and made pesto and a wild garlic omelette. Yummy ....Spring is here!
I added a bit of cheese in the middle, what my mother used to call a stuffed omelette. Very tasty I can assure you. Give it a try, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.Love garlic, love eggs but together? No, sure not. There has to be somewhere thats off-limits to garlic, surely!
Aye, particularly lovely when they bring their young to the feeders - fluffy, brightly coloured and begging from their parents. Really charming . We’re lucky to have a pair visit all the way through the winter, and very welcome they are too.The only woodpeckers I see are the ones that feast on the fat blocks on the bird feeder in front of the living room window.
Beautiful birds, and so brightly coloured just now.