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Woodpecker in town

Woodpecker in town

Over the past week it has been nice to see several visits of a woodpecker to the garden and although I can’t be sure that it’s the same one, it follows the same routine and arrives at the feeders, eats from the suet square for several minutes and then flies off again, usually having arrived from the same direction.

A routine week at the feeders

A routine week at the feeders

I think this past week has been a fairly routine one as far as the birds in the garden are concerned and I don’t seem to have had any more occasional or unusual visitors.

All creatures great and small

All creatures great and small

In some of my blogs I have mentioned other wildlife as well as birds coming into my garden and so my photograph this time shows the fox standing down at the bottom of the garden on its way back through one morning.

A nice drop of rain

A nice drop of rain

The extreme hot weather finally left Kent on Saturday 15th and we have had some rain and some thunder.

Armchair Naturalist - Is this branch taken?

Armchair Naturalist - Is this branch taken?

The weather has been hot during the past week and especially so on Friday 31st July and so bird activity has been a little more muted during the last few days.

Armchair Naturalist - Not the new normal

Armchair Naturalist - Not the new normal

The new normal is an expression we are used to hearing concerning the pandemic and I began to wonder earlier this week if there was a new normal with the birds in the garden.

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