Starlings have a habit of sifting the seed by putting their closed beak into the seed and then opening their beak with a snap to move the seed around.
Today’s visitor to the garden was a Wood Mouse cleaning up the bird feeding area during a lull in the birds feeding. It disappeared very quickly when the birds came back 🙂
Not your usual pristine Pansy that you usually see in photos, but a real one from a real garden, slightly battered but showing it’s face to some beautiful sunshine
Another great sign of Spring, the bloosom on the Blackthorne trees. Looking forward to the Sloes later in the year.
A lovely House Sparrow wondering where all the seed has gone.