Lifer in my Lonehill garden!

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9 years 4 weeks ago #9182 by waldens@faerieglen
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While cutting the grass this afternoon, I heard a commotion in the fever tree which now hosts two laminated images of Scopps Owl, I fetched my binos, and there were two Black Throated Canaries, very agitated, fluttering and twittering for about 5 minutes before taking off. I was most impressed. <!-- s:lol: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_lol.gif" alt=":lol:" title="Laughing" /><!-- s:lol: -->
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Amanda

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9 years 4 weeks ago #9188 by Rusty Justy
Rusty Justy replied the topic: Re: Lifer in my Lonehill garden!
Congrats Amanda :D I get them here in my garden too, along with Yellow-Fronted Canary and Streaky-headed seed-eater. Only a stones through away in Sunninghill.

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9 years 3 weeks ago #9225 by Peregrinedive
Peregrinedive replied the topic: Re: Lifer in my Lonehill garden!
Amanda, you will have to encourage those other Canaries into your garden too...

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9 years 1 week ago #9432 by Dave Shedman
Dave Shedman replied the topic: Re: Lifer in my Lonehill garden!
They never seem to come into our garden so I'm envious. We know they're here because we've seen them in the tree in our next door neighbour's garden. It's probably the presence of Henry, our resident Pin-Tailed Whydah, that puts them off as he chases anything that moves in our tree and on our feeders!

Congrats on your latest lifer!

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