Thursday, 28 May 2009


apologies for the blanket weed,bloomin awful stuff to get rid of.This little chap/chapess wouldnt stay still for any length of time hence the poor pics.Hope to get the fledglings but I doubt it.

7 comments:

denzil said...

fledglings as well sheila, you lucky thing, would love to see them, well done.


denis

Jayne said...

Can hear our baby wrens cheeping in the conifer at the bottom of our garden Sheila, but try as I might I cannot see the nest. The adults are very very shy too!!!
Great shots to capture for you!!
Jayne

Mac said...

Lovely wrens. I haven't seen mine for weeks now but they are so skulky it's a wonder you manage to get such shots.

Warren Baker said...

know what you mean about the blanket weed ! I think you should set up a web-cam on your stream

swatson said...

thanks denis hoping to get the fledglings think they have hatched because we are seeing the wren everyday now.Jayne if I hadnt seen the bird go in I wouldnt have known where it was and it is still really difficult to see.Just as well when the magpies and jackdaws are around.thanks Sue yes they are really secretive but the stream is a magnet especially this weather.Warren it would be nice and always an active webcam.Sadly it has taken a year to get anywhere able with the camera and the computer so...A web cam? no chance
Sheila

ShySongbird said...

Lovely to see your Wren Sheila, I haven't seen mine for some time but they may well still be here. Hope you do get the fledglings, that would be brilliant

karen said...

Lovely pics again sheila, i think wrens are so sweet, i saw 1 once in the winter, and thats my lot!!!x