Nature in my garden during lockdown
The Corona virus lock-down has caused unprecedented change to our normal lives and left many many plans in ruin. We live in an amazing country and the vast majority of people have been supporting the restrictions that have been put in place on our daily lives to reduce the spread of this highly contagious horrible virus and support our national treasure the NHS. I am thankful we live in the country that has a National Health Service and I do hope that this focuses the mind of all future political decisions on what is important and should be invested in most. A big thanks from me to all the NHS and other key-workers for keeping the country going and doing their upmost to save lives.
|Long Tailed Tit|
There is another mammal that visits regularly and that's "Pip" - the gardens equivalent of a Black Panther, my neighbours cat. We have a kind of love hate relationship. She's a beautiful cat and exquisitely designed to hunt birds and is good at it I can tell you. I could not help but take some photos of her when she sat watching me in the garden with those gemstone jade eyes. I am sure she was giving me the cat version of the middle finger with one of her claws.
|Pip the cat|
Well that's it from me for now. I hope you enjoy the read , the pictures and readers I hope you are staying safe and staying local when birding.