The migrating birds that have reached our shores by now must be wondering what's going on, and their inability to find food once they have arrived could spell disaster for them. Like I said in my last post this weather is going to knock this breeding season back a few weeks let's hope it starts to warms up soon.
Took some pic's of the harsh conditions my resident birds are fighting against at the moment:-
|icey feeding station|
|garden looking more like January than March.|
|frozen view from our mountain|
|male Reed Bunting|
|our outside water pipe frozen solid|
|another frozen view|
|this is supposed to be late March!|
|This Reed Bunting is uncharacteristically trying to get food off this feeder.|
Here's two close ups and a squirrel I took before all that horrid white stuff came down
Here's hoping that the weather will soon change to something like spring so our resident and migrant birds can get on with their breeding season.