The Crested Tit is a bird I see often at the feeders, They like the wallnut cake I share with them, and also love the peanuts.
The Crested tit has a well visible crest, and black and white head markings, in all plumages, ages, and sexes, however the crest is smaller on juveniles.
These plants are weeds growing on the farm. I think they are Bindweed and the flowers are very pretty.
The tubuler flowers remind me of Morning Glory and are just as invasive.
The Doronicum flowers with their bright yellow heads brighten a dark place in my garden.
The Pampas-grass forms a fence behind some of our grazing sheep.
The exeptionally bushy tufts on this squirrel made me smile!:)
He had a gorgeous bushy tail to match the tufts, and also his coat was lighter in colour from the ones I had seen previously
He must have been just passing though, as I haven't seen him at any time since.
One last shot before he leapt off the bird table, leaving a lasting impression.
The Crested Tit's are mainly insectivorous, but whenever there is wallnut cake, they finish it in no time.
It's a nice bird to see at the feeders, but I love hearing their purring or bubbling trill, and hear it long before they come into sight.
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