Well, I've managed to get some new pictures over the last few days, and the first one is what I'm using for my current header, over on the other blog.
It looks to me, like he's wondering why he hasn't got a signboard just for him.
A great day out with Trevor yesterday, to a place called RyeMeads, produced a few interesting pictures. Here's a couple.
This one's a favourite of mine; a Canada Goose gosling, with mum, or dad.
We saw plenty of geese, and ducks.
Here's a rather wet Gadwall. It rained a bit while we were there.
A Whitethroat posed for us;
in fact, I think they were one of the most numerous birds there.
Same day, but in my garden,
a beautiful Feral Pigeon. Often overlooked; how can you overlook such a handsome collar.
A couple from today to finish on.
I spent a great moment watching a family of Great Crested Grebes.
One parent carried some young on her back, and the other brought a fish along for breakfast.
(A couple more pictures, and a short video, on my other blog).
And I'll finish with a juvenile Robin.
He seemed as fascinated by me, as I was of him.
Lots more birds from around the world can be found here, as part of WorldBirdWednesday.
Have a great week