At The Feeder

Visitors to my Garden Bird Feeders and Others

22nd June 2021
by walter hampson
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At The Feeder May 2021

April brings the showers, May brings the sun and spring begins to bloom – well it did when I was a lot younger, now days it appears to rain until mid May.  However the weather was kinder, the birds were … Continue reading

22nd June 2021
by walter hampson
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At The Feeder April 2021

At last normality returns.  Storms died down and the sun broke through the clouds several times.  No more destroyed feeders loss of seeds etc. Visiting birds began to return some old some new:  I do try to discourage the bigger … Continue reading

19th June 2021
by walter hampson
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At the Feeder January-March 2021

  Looking back at my folders for the above months I was reminded that when 2020 went out it did not go quietly or gently into the night. It went screaming and promising that 2021 would come in like a … Continue reading

18th June 2021
by walter hampson
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July – September 2020 At the Feeder

The renovated garden as at 26th June 2020 Replacement feeders were purchased along with seed, meal worms and fat blocks.  These were placed between the raided bed and centre point at the fence. The location was ideal as it was … Continue reading

16th June 2021
by walter hampson
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January – February 2020 – At the Feeder Visitors

As mentioned in previous blogs Winter 2019/2020 was bad.  Regardless of how I felt and my emotional state I maintained the feeders and ensured that they were filled at all times.  In addition to the seed feeders I had fat … Continue reading

19th February 2020
by walter hampson
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January 2020 – A Bad Start to the Year

As 2019 stormed out and 2020 raged in the visitors to the feeding stations dwindled to nil. 2019 was not a good year for me, my partner, latterly my wife was dying of cancer and was in and out of … Continue reading