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Old 27-05-2016, 10:12 AM   #41
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lol awesome.

there's a couple of turtle doves who live in my backyard I feed. A cute as couple, hilarious to watch them and see the difference in feminine / masculine behavior at that level.
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Old 27-05-2016, 10:16 AM   #42
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lol awesome.

there's a couple of turtle doves who live in my backyard I feed. A cute as couple, hilarious to watch them and see the difference in feminine / masculine behavior at that level.
we have those also, they are cute and I understand stay loyal to one another until death too.
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Old 27-05-2016, 12:27 PM   #43
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I feed them in the garden and go up hills and put some fat balls on trees up there, there are around 60 blue tits sheltering there at the moment, lots of berries for them to eat as well.



It's the starlings i worry about they are on the decline, there used to be loads of them

Although in saying that i saw about 20 in my back garden last week digging for beasties, so I'm hoping they'll keep growing in number. Wee scrawny diggers
MrsGMP bought some fat balls at the old homestead.
Put some out and stored the rest in the net bag they came in in a cupboard in the conservatory.
That cupboard became a mecca for mice.
Never seen so many mice.
Fat balls went into a biscuit tin after that and the cat saw off the mice.
Can't put anything out here at the new place cos the cat can get up the trees at the birdfeeders.
This past two weeks we have had a flock of Goldfinches coming into the apple blossom in the morning.
Not sure if they are eating the blossom itself or insects in the blossoms but when they are in there the blossom is falling out like snow. They are stunning little birds that we never saw back where we lived in rural Leicestershire.

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Old 07-06-2016, 09:18 PM   #44
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MrsGMP bought some fat balls at the old homestead.

Mr GMP has not been seen since!



Only jokin'

I love feeding the birds, today I fed pigeons, robins, seagulls squirrels and a few others! It's therapy!
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Old 07-06-2016, 09:51 PM   #45
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There is this old woman who goes into Tesco where I am she hangs around for the bread to come down, she at least buys about 40 loafs at 2p each or 10p she comes in to get the reduced bread every week, she in her 70's and comes in to the shop with her own trolly.

But the woman has a point that Tesco is going to throw out the bread anyway if nobody buys it, she said that the birds won't even get a chance to eat it.


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Old 09-06-2016, 12:30 PM   #46
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Nexus magazine carries an article of Pterodactyls recently being sighted over Africa. The Pterodactyl eats mammals and peoples.

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Old 09-06-2016, 12:50 PM   #47
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Since I started feeding the birds in my back garden quite a few years back now,I see how they now depend on me for their food source.

Every morning they seem to lay in wait,sometimes looking in the window or coming up on the steps if I haven't put the grub out,if I go out to empty a bin first etc, they're fluttering around my head like the birdwoman scene from home alone.

As soon as I go out with the grub they are round me like a mad horde,
this was bad idea I'm thinking.
Just to go back to the original question, generally speaking, everything takes the path of least resistance, so the birds will take the easy option when choosing what to eat. But the bad thing is (if it IS indeed a bad thing) they have (or are becoming) sort of dependent on humans for their food.....The same can be said that Humans have become dependent on the ptb to provide food/shelter/water etc.


Once yer become dependent on others, it's almost impossible to revert back to being self sefficient.
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Old 19-06-2016, 06:25 PM   #48
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Mr GMP has not been seen since!



Only jokin'

I love feeding the birds, today I fed pigeons, robins, seagulls squirrels and a few others! It's therapy!
Indeeday, the GMP fatballs lets not go there.

My son told me that he woke up yesterday morning, drew the blinds and saw 2 baby magpies sleeping on his window sill
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Old 19-06-2016, 11:25 PM   #49
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Indeeday, the GMP fatballs lets not go there.

My son told me that he woke up yesterday morning, drew the blinds and saw 2 baby magpies sleeping on his window sill
Amazin' ,,

I bet the birds love Mrs gmps big fat balls!

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Old 22-06-2016, 09:35 PM   #50
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Default Feeding the birds,obsession or no choice?

Some birds will do anything for food ,,



Some people don't like birds ,,



Some birds are sneaky ,,





And some people are just obsessed! ,,


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It's now one year on......yes,..i'm still feeding them,..and their children..
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And their children's children.
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Old 28-07-2017, 08:52 AM   #53
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And their children's children.
...and their children's children's children. (the life span of the common Sparrow is around 4 years).

Had an Omen here the other day...thump on the window, went out to investigate...dead lady blackbird on the ground. Obviously lacking in flying lessons. Talk about 'bird feeding'...local stray feral cat finished off what was left.

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