Greenfinch group video, 0.16 with background music, try 480p quality. The Greenfinches, above, seem very at home in our garden. This year however there has been a decrease in its numbers in the UK suspected to be the result of a disease. Details of this disease can be found here. I certainly have noticed throughout… Read More Greenfinch, Chaffinch and Goldfinch video
During necessary February 2013 updates to video uploads in this post, I now know that the fat balls I offered below in net feeders are not to be recommended. Net bags are a danger to birds as when predators come and the birds attempt to fly away quickly, it is possible that a bird’s feet/legs… Read More Blue, Great and Coal Tit video
I have been trying to find a way to show footage of the activity in my garden, and a robin was particularly active on this day. It was seen on perches, tree branches and visited the table, a seed feeder, and my small sunflower tray. It was searching on the ground too – but it… Read More Robin video
It is very mild here at the moment, very uncharacteristic for Scotland at Christmas! We have even missed some of the hard frosts here. As such the birds can be seen digging in the soil for food below my feeding stations – the blackbirds are the most noticeable in this. My daughters, aware of my… Read More Christmas treats for the birds
On bright sunny mornings I have been catching some good footage, with my video camera, of bird activity in my garden. This footage really shows the character of the birds and their mannerisms. I hope to show some clips soon but for now – what are the birds in my garden up to at the… Read More Visiting birds – who is doing what?
This year we enjoyed a great display of spring bulbs. This was indeed a treat as I am a gardener who is always changing planting schemes, resulting in bulbs being lost! I was about to sow this area with grass when I suddenly had the brainwave of planting bulbs in the area first – so… Read More Favourite flowers of 2006