Tuesday, 13 November 2012

New for the garden

In what has been an unbelievable Autumn for the number of Jays arriving on these shores from the Continent, I am very pleased to say that my small garden in Hardmead has not missed out.
 I have seen this particular bird around the village for over a month now and finally he has discovered my birdtable.
 O.K. he doesn't hang around long, just enough time to fill his beak with seed, bread, whatever and off he goes, returning ten minutes or so later after presumably burying his haul.

First one I've ever had in the garden although there have been several flyovers.

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