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Fledgling song thrush on patrol.



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Great pic. Lovely little bird.
Is he just about to do some digging for you?

12 Jul, 2009

 

He might do Toto if it still in one piece ..one of those silly plastic handle spades that snap so use the handle as a dibber ..and of course a bird perch.

12 Jul, 2009

 

aww he is lovely

12 Jul, 2009

 

one of my fav birds BB, lovely pic

12 Jul, 2009

 

Great photo BB

12 Jul, 2009

 

He's gorgeous Ray/Jane, good shot.
I snapped a flippin tine on my stainless steel fork the other day, grrrr, I know I'm pretty strong for a female (ha ha) but what .....

12 Jul, 2009

 

Lovely photo..........havnt seen our Thrush for a long time..........

12 Jul, 2009

 

Thank you snail shells all over and quite partial to those tiny black ones in the pond.

Easy done Dawn great to use but not ideal for heavy work.Best fork I have is an old wooden shaft one but council now stopped selling old items surely ultimate recycling ..purchasing things others no longer have a use for ?

12 Jul, 2009

 

Nice to see the thrush. I don't use pellets and the birds and animals do a good job. OUr broccolli were covered in cabbage white caterpillars but most of them have been digested by the birds and wasps.

13 Jul, 2009

 

Thats so good to hear Lindak !

13 Jul, 2009

 

I'll have to find my Grandads old fork out .... they dont make them to last these days.

13 Jul, 2009

 

That ll be ideal for digging Dawn ..cant beat the wooden shafts .

13 Jul, 2009

 

I would imagine they are oak, arent they Ray.

13 Jul, 2009

 

Probably Dawn...my very old spade was so well worn that the wood was shiny !

14 Jul, 2009

 

My old one's like that too, in fact my grandad must have been very short, unless the fork has shrunk, lol.

14 Jul, 2009

 

Lol..no Dawn that is the way it was ! The new fangled ones have no history to them do they ?

14 Jul, 2009

 

True Ray, or history of hard work as they dont last long enough.

14 Jul, 2009

 

lovely pic BB

15 Jul, 2009

 

I think you are telling porkies here looks to me that you had it digging your garden. :) he he Cute lovley photo

18 Jul, 2009

 

Thanks Deida and Morgana ..

18 Jul, 2009

 

~we never have thrushes in the garden although I do see them locally and throw all my snails on the garage roof...

29 Jul, 2009



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