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For some reason I thought today was Wednesday! Where that came from I don't know LOL. That would be why there's no SF picture this week - sorry.
Today I've a Dunnock for you. It always makes my day to see one around and this one appeared on the shed roof in the garden.
Sadly I chopped off part of this Dunnock's tail!! OK not physically of course!!!
I don't see these every visit, but am sure they always about; so can't resist taking their picture when they do pop out for a few minutes.
A bit late on parade as I've been out most of the day and then got news that my brother isn't feeling too good, not tolerating chemo too well by the sounds of it.
Anyway was enjoying a Dunnock at our feeding station. Always a delight and so pleased he came right out into the open for once.
Dunnock's are regular at the edge of town feeding site we discovered a couple of years ago, but not always in a photographable position. Even this one was taken through the car windscreen.
Let's start at the very beginning ... Well, actually not the first bird I saw on the RSPB trip, but that one I need to resize before I can post it, so I'll start with bird nr. 2 - one I always look forward to seeing on my UK trips. In Norway they're quite cryptic - common, I'm told, but I...