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Re: Wildlife at Christmas


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Were you born on Christmas day then @Mi-Amigo ?


Yeh - me and Kenny Everett... oh and few others... joy

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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Lovely topic @TallTrees and it's such a nice mental image seeing all of these wondeful animals visiting you in your garden. I didn't know that about hedgehogs either so thanks for the interesting info @Cleoriff ! Smiley Happy

 

Sadly, I don't have a garden myself as I live in a 1st floor flat, but I can see over my neighbours' gardens from my window. There's always birds perching on the fences, and I've seen cats occasionally sitting there too! I try not to look out there too much though in case my neighbours think I'm staring at them instead of the wildlife. laughing

 

There are foxes visiting my front garden though sometimes (or rather, the tiny patch of green outside of my door) as people leave their rubbish out for collection on Fridays and the foxes are always interested.

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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Hello @Marjo  

Birds are always around, they are wonderful little friends.

 

Thank you Marjo for your "arty" input into my topic and 

am glad you liked it too.

 

 



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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

I put 2 pieces of bred in garden the other day for the birds
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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Thoughtful of you @liggerz87


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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Hi @TallTrees my dad allways puts out brid seed for the birds in our garden Smiley Happy
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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Hi @blissgirl
I am sure they appreciate that very much and thank you for joining in too 😁
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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Great thread @TallTrees! It's easy to forget about wildlife during the winter months so this is a great reminder to spare a thought for them. I have a family of Robins in the garden so I'll be putting some seeds out for them. smiling

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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

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If I stick stuff out it’s normally the pigeons that get it.. hideous vermin!!
I need some more ingenious methods of feeding the wildlife.

 

great thread tho!!

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Re: Wildlife at Christmas

Hi @Martin-O2 

Lovely cheeky little birds Robins

I am sure they will love some nibbles in the winter!

Thanks and best wishes from TallTrees