Who says they never see baby pigeons?
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by Siskin
4M ago
Since we have been back home two young pigeons with absolutely no fear of anything have been hanging out in the garden. The parents come back every now and again to feed them, in between times they snooze or have the occasional stroll. I wonder if they have come out of the nest a bit too young, perhaps the high winds destroyed the nest. I’m not particularly worried about them as they are being regularly fed, but Isla is taking a great deal of interest in them and I have to be careful when... Who says they never see baby pigeons ..read more
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Hedgehog in the house
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by spudsmummy
7M ago
Hi there Just after some advice, for the past 4 nights a hedgehog has made it into my house (back door open due to cat) the first 3 nights i found it eating the cat food but tonight i found it down the back of my sofa after hearing some rustling noise ( i thought it was the cat). each night i have just carefully picked it up and placed it back int he garden near the bushes. Is it normal for a hedgehog to do this?? a few people have said they are covered in fleas and ticks should i now... Hedgehog in the house ..read more
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Wild rabbit in my garden - what to do?
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by JenzyFrenzy
7M ago
Hi all, For several weeks now, this pretty little rabbit who I've named BunBun, has been appearing in my garden. I'm pretty sure its a wild rabbit. It seems happy and seems to eat fallen leaves etc. As far as I'm aware, I'm not near any public wooded areas, so I'm not sure where it came from. It does run to a specific place to hide, but I don't want to explore TOO much in case there's a warren and I disturb it/any babies. However, this is the only bunny I've seen so far. I'm not sure if... Wild rabbit in my garden - what to do ..read more
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Butterflies
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by Tyg'sMum2
8M ago
Walking along a little-used track this afternoon between overgrown hedgerows, I encountered several small clouds of butterflies - up to a dozen in each group, all headed from the hedgerows into the sun. I'm guessing that they may have just hatched from their chrysalises. I could identify several as Small Wood butterflies: but I don't know what the rest may have been - they were the same size as the Small Woods, but seemed to be a yellowy orange, the underside of the wings being brown... Butterflies ..read more
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Bugs & bees
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by simplysardonic
8M ago
First one is a swollen or big thighed flower beetle & a carder bee taken on a walk, 2nd is 2 of many bees currently congregating on my Buddleia globosa ..read more
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Bluetit chick
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by Hfdgirl86
8M ago
We had a nest of bluetits hatch and all but one have died, the remaining chick is being fed by one parent still however it seems reluctant to fledge the nest. It hatched 32 days ago and still hasn’t left, is this normal? Could anything be stopping it from leaving ..read more
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Video of an army of birds together
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by WattoPhotos
1y ago
Group of friendly birds, Swans, Geese, Seagulls and Coots allowed me to get close right next to them to film this video ..read more
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Horse came to see me
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by WattoPhotos
1y ago
I was walking on a hike in the countryside down a canal and seen a Horse on farmland nearby I shouted to the horse just saying hello the next minute the Horse walked over to me ..read more
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Identification please
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by Charity
1y ago
Does anyone know what this caterpillar is and what it will turn into? Disturbed a couple in the garden ..read more
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Hummingbird hawk moth
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by wind1
1y ago
We have these visit every year. They only come for the plumbago it seems, I've never seen them on any other plant in the garden ..read more
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