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They are very cute and friendly. Think they are related to raccoons
Resident lizard by my swimming pool fancied a bit of my pina colada
Rio Tarcoles, bridge over the river with loads of salt water crocs. Many a person has fallen in. The handrail is very low with lots of road traffic passing by. Made me feel very uneasy
A Beautiful animal,amazing!!
You are so lucky getting to see all that beautiful wildlife idioteque
Well Spring is here and a cool Blackcap has been busy singing in my garden the last 2 days.
Great to see the black squirrels about again today, I love the little buggers.
Dropping a young lad at a farm off the A77 , fekking long windy single track road ,when I come upon a flock of geese crossing over into another field with a pond . no in a hurry them birds . carries on and turns a corner …..2 wee toaty lambs on the road , I had to get out and shoosh them off it and under a fence back into a field with other sheep and lambs .good deed done for today .
Very sad to here about the devastating fire at the Fair Isle Bird Observatory & Guesthouse,the whole thing has been gutted.
That's such a shame Cidermaster
I put up a bird table in a quiet secluded spot near my home.
I fill it up once a week and it is always cleaned out. I've seen crows, jackdaws, magpies, wrens, robins, goldfinch,
and even squirrels at it.
Yes very bad news,just hope they can bounce back in style
Two weeks today I will be back in the Highlands for a week so I hope to do a daily report for a fresh change
The Local pair of Peregrine showed really well this morning above my local beach,the female of course much bigger than the male.They were very happy together patrolling the airspace they rule.
I once saw a Peregrine Hunting Pigeons in Glasgow City Centre. It flew right through the flock of Pigeons, picked it's target, and WHAM, seconds later had it's meal. It landed in the pedestrian precinct in the Trongate. Once it had rested, it flew away. I watched all of this and loved every second of it, as others were upset about the "poor pigeon". Peregrines have to feed their chicks as well. Nature is SUPERB, and cruel sometimes.
That's the beauty of it breathtaking stuff
Came across this fine fella on a trip to county Clare
Saw my first Gannet of the year off my local beach yesterday and this morning I had my first singing Chiffchaff of the year.
That's superb mate. Best sea bird EVER. Is March not a wee bit early?, or am I talking nonsense?