I am quite pissed off! Because of all that water. My kingfisher setup has been destroyed. SO PLEASE NO MORE F…… WATER!
You can see my hide at the bottom of the picture.
literally in the river!
Never seen so much water.
For the last two month, I have been clearing a bluebell wood, cutting, burning etc…
This weekend, second phase. Building a hide. took me one day to build it. I made large, as I want a bit of “comfort” 🙂
A friend of mine was suppose to come and give me a hand…..yeah right…
As I always say, You have two kind of people on this planet! Talkers and doers! Isn`t that true Richard. 🙂
First, the skeleton of the hide
Second, covering the hide
I always place two coat of fabric….
Done, Just the scrim net for the front and the hide will be ready to rock and roll !
In a month or so, this site should be full of bluebell…..lets see what happened next….
I spend the day in my woodland hide last Sunday. It was a cracking day. At the moment, the colours are fantastic. I enjoy photographing little birds amongst autumn colours. I had a few surprises…
Coal tit are usually rare ish at my woodland hide. I had three birds on Sunday
The little tyke is very fast…
Of course I also had the other common species
A long tailed tit in a bush was near my hide. I came out of the hide a took a few pictures
Now for the big boy. At the moment, I have three sparrowhawk coming to my woodland hide. They are three male.
One adult and two young. The adult tend to go pass like a rocket. The young bird sometimes perch around the hide.
One was drinking in front of the hide and I missed it!!!
I have so many perch around my hide that it look like a battlefield! But it`s the only way to stop those birds….