Back to my garden bird watching.

It

was weird to come back from a few days away and find that the feeder hasn’t gone down at all, at least I’ve not missed any rare species dropping by while I was away!  Today although back at home was busy indoors working on a site for my Australian friends who asked for a version of the finance pages I’ve made for the UK and this is what I’ve managed so far Saver Scene Australia Finance (now closed as I move into gardening as a profession) it looks at the best deals for credit cards, cash savings and due to the fact many Australian banks charge for bank accounts, yes; the standard current account we get free here in the UK, I’ve added a section to help my Aussie friends and family find free bank accounts!

Over the next few days I’ll try to write up a bit about Focus on Imaging that I went to in Birmingham, where I’d hoped to get out for some birding, but spent every day at the NEC seeing as much as I could in the time I was there.  Danny Green showed some great photos if you haven’t seen his work he does some great wildlife photography Danny Green Photography well worth checking.

  1. Blackbird x 2
  2. Blue Tit x 1
  3. Carrion crow x 1
  4. Coal Tit x 1
  5. Dunnock x 1
  6. Magpie x 9
  7. Woodpigeon x 3

If you haven’t already make sure you cut back your Buddleia/Buddleja so that new growth can sprout new growth which will bring more flowers, see what Lyn from Butterflies and Gardens did to hers over the weekend here: Buddleia pruning.  Hope to have my own gardening advice website up and running in 2019.