We are increasing the number of feeders in our garden. It's well worth the effort. Such a variety in a short space of time. Robins, bluetits ,dunnocks, a wren, blackbirds along with pigeons and magpies. Twice we have seen a pheasant. This morning a sparrow hawk narrowly missed having a magpie for breakfast. I am going to make dough balls using youhourt pots.
Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.
We have a friendly robin who lives in our garden - when I was painting the fence a few months ago, he came and sat watching me. However he is camera shy - whenever I try to take a picture of him, he flies away.
I love my garden birds, but sadly next doors cat has frightened most of them away now. We have a flock of long tailed tits in the spring and they look wonderful, robins galore - they nested in the garage this year, and the resident squirrel is to be found on the feeder when the dog isn't in the garden! I have seen a woodpecker on the feeder too, and hear him in the oak behind the house regularly. We have an owl who hoots and screeches at all hours of the night lol