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Comments on The Northumberland Naturalist: A Redwing in my Redesdale Garden





Updated: 2012-06-24T23:53:45.676+01:00

 



Hello Emma, I enjoyed the pics of the Redwing &...

2010-02-28T20:44:32.791+00:00

Hello Emma, I enjoyed the pics of the Redwing & have had the pleasure of a good number of sightings in Leeds too this winter. I hope you're well. Linda



Hiya Emma. Hope everything is ok with you?

2010-02-22T06:57:16.537+00:00

Hiya Emma. Hope everything is ok with you?



Cool pics Emma, quite a treat, have to say have on...

2010-02-11T12:16:32.078+00:00

Cool pics Emma, quite a treat, have to say have only seen them on the wing so is nice to be able to appreciate a still study of them.



Great shots. Cheers Colin.

2010-01-22T22:14:09.036+00:00

Great shots.
Cheers Colin.



Happy New Year Emma! Wow that is a great photo - I...

2010-01-16T19:54:49.106+00:00

Happy New Year Emma!
Wow that is a great photo - I don't think I've ever got within 30 yards of one in the hedgerows. I did have a Fieldfare which came into the garden briefly but it was shy as politician about his expenses.



Hello Emma. Great to get so close to a redwing - t...

2010-01-06T20:33:51.932+00:00

Hello Emma. Great to get so close to a redwing - they always seem so twitchy to me. I've been pondering on the unusual things that turn up in gardens in weather like this since a woodcock dropped into my Newcastle garden the other day. Strange thing is that I have never seen brambling, ever, in 20 years here. Maybe they just don't handle cities so well. Keep the posts coming!
Regards, Allan



Great photos Emma. I have seen one for the first t...

2010-01-06T12:49:04.093+00:00

Great photos Emma. I have seen one for the first time recently but it doesn't come very close, usually in one of next doors apple trees.



Thanks everyone. Thanks Stewart about the apple t...

2010-01-04T09:47:12.115+00:00

Thanks everyone. Thanks Stewart about the apple tip. I'll try to get some today. Certainly he seemed very hungry, not being frightened off like the other birds by my moving around in the house or passing the window.



He looks a trifle chilly!

2010-01-03T23:22:20.808+00:00

He looks a trifle chilly!



That was a nice surprise and some lovely shots as ...

2010-01-03T22:03:14.202+00:00

That was a nice surprise and some lovely shots as well Emma.



Its not looking too well Emma. Maybe you could put...

2010-01-03T21:24:26.927+00:00

Its not looking too well Emma. Maybe you could put some chopped apples out...



I bet you were thrilled with that visitor Emma. A ...

2010-01-03T19:22:45.648+00:00

I bet you were thrilled with that visitor Emma. A good addition to an already excellent garden list.

Lovely shots, and all the better considering through a window. You must have clean windows ;)

Not sure I'd relish the thought of a foot of snow!

All the best for the new year.