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Just Sharing Finally put my feeders back after quarantine...

rebel06

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That's a good set Steve, my garden birds appear to have left me ... all except the Robin and bl£$£y wood pigeons ..
 

David_MC

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Quite the variety you have. Nice shots!
 

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That's a good set of species in the garden. Out of the window, or do you use a hide?
 

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That's a good set of species in the garden. Out of the window, or do you use a hide?
I am very lucky to be able to sit on my couch watching TV with my camera settled on a large pillow on the arm and shoot out through the opened patio doors. It has taken a while to get the wildlife to settle but its working nicely. In the process of enticing a woodpecker and occasional red squirrel to join.
 

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I am very lucky to be able to sit on my couch watching TV with my camera settled on a large pillow on the arm and shoot out through the opened patio doors. It has taken a while to get the wildlife to settle but its working nicely. In the process of enticing a woodpecker and occasional red squirrel to join.
I got a long tree stem (6ftx6in) from a tree surgeon, and stuck that in the ground near the house. Drilled it, and fill the holes with fat and peanuts - really brings the birds in close to the house, including the greater spotted woodpecker, occasionally, and the odd field mouse
 

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Lovely set Steve ;)
 

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Nice varied set, the Robin is the winner for me

Paul
 
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