- Relationship to Diabetes
- Type 1
A gang of us meet on Zoom for a 'coffee morning' on Fridays & Saturdays and this weekend, Kevin (live round Ipswich area) showed us a pic of the Fieldfare who's visiting them regularly lately.
A low wire run round the edge can also help and is less unsightlyWell this was a surprise this morning. Never ever had a heron in the garden, to be fair we’ve only had a pond since summer 2019. He or she will have been most disappointed to find we don’t have any fish! We never had any intention of having fish but are hoping for frogs, toads and newts this year. Might need to think about a cover now!
Anyway the rhea - only time I've ever seen one for real, was in Australia Zoo in Brissie.
I'd be interested too. I studied@Spozkins I saw my first tree creeper for years just a couple of months ago. I was so excited and rather surprised to actually get a half decent photo. Saw more recently but just too fast this time.
As for the rhea, I googled it and they live for up to 40 years and can indeed be quite viscous. This one definitely wasn’t. I need to find out why it was in a village garden. I know a few folks who live there I’ll be on to them. Watch this space.
I have a Panasonic LUMIX compact camera. TZ 90. Only got it last year for a “ big” birthday. Never had a proper camera before. Can’t have anything bigger as I have rubbish shoulders! I’m an auto point and click sort of photographer much to my hubby’s disgust. Photography is his life, he has a fancy pants brand new Nikon of some sort, ( mega bucks) not usually wildlife though he leaves that to me!animals so spent quite a bit of time working on a zoo with them. They can be tame like any normally scary bird (I remember seeing one of the keepers hugging an emu when nobody was watching).
What kind of lens do you have by the way?