Mr K spent the whole day either on the chimney pots or eating mice on his dining roof. The Ferals ignore him, the Spadgers don't like him and I photograph him. It's a good thing. I edited just over 1,400 pics down to these...
Bit of an odd one, but I thought I'd include it anyway
Mr K will take on a pair of Magpies, but a lone Crow is too much of a challenge
Mouse #2. No Crow this time.
Final pic of the day, before he flew off to the West.
What a treat, thanks MC ... odd pink swelling to right side under his lower beak, does it look like tic to you?
Do hope he visits with you some more!
I think that's a piece of mouse #1. It appears after he's eaten it and is gone in the last pic after he's eaten the second one.
You were honoured MC, what a gorgeous bird. Can imagine it caused a little disturbance in your garden, wonder if he will be back.
What a cracking set of photos Paul, and a beautiful visitor to have in your garden. Hope he continues to have the mice and not the birds!
I've not seen him today, but there was a large Crow on the roof a while back. I have successfully released two Pidges this morning (Parsley and Scarlet). Details of that will go on another existing thread later on. More sunbathing and cricket now...
Stunning shots Paul, you will have Wendy moving in with you if he keeps visiting LOL.
Stunning bird and pics Paul, what a great bird to have visiting :) can we borrow you blue sky please - it's like winter up here today lol
He returned at 6pm today. More blue skies...
AWWW! SO CUTE! I had an encounter with a baby one before, it was wet from the rain and cats and dogs cornered it, saved it though!
Alanwill have Wendy moving in with you if he keeps visiting LOL
After reading that he came back again have just booked my train ticket!!! Rofl
monkeycheeseMore sunbathing and cricket now...
Juvie Starlings permitting!!
Mr K came back at about 6pm. He obliged by landing at a different spot and gave me a better view of his plumage.
As usual, he gave me a 'look'.
Scarlet decided to do a fly by while I was photographing Mr K.
Good to see he's making this a regular thing.
Don't blame you for taking advantage of your visitor and taking lots of photos! I wonder if he will become as regular a forumite as the other Mr K.