A fox chilling out in my new garden.
Never got foxes where I lived before. Hopefully gonna get some nice photos over the coming weeks.
Took this with my fujifilm bridge camera at full zoom from my sons bedroom window, lol.
I saw this the other day, not seen it before.
It appears to be a white Greylag Goose. There was only this one amongst half a dozen normal Greylag Geese. I didn't see it today when out filming on the same lake.
Does anyone know why a Greylag would be white in colour instead of the normal Grey?
Possibly an albino Goose?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can tell me.
Out filming wildlife earlier in the local park and came across this domestic duck with 9 chicks.
Two yellow which I'm guessing are also domestic, and 7 what look like mallard chicks.
I wonder what happened that this domestic duck ended up with so many chicks.
They all might be hers, I'm not sure though. Seems like she just came into adopting them.
Saw this cat and magpie in my garden yesterday evening from the kitchen window.
I only came in for a drink while watching Psych, ended up staying and filming, lol.
There was some house sparrows too but as soon as the cat came in the garden they flew off. Only the Magpie stayed, lol.
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Went back to the Greylag Geese nest today to find they were not there. They had swam the small distance to the side of the bridge.
There was a lot if geese surrounding them trying to get at the goslings, the mother and father were constantly hissing and chasing other geese away.
The Greylag goslings have finally hatched!
I was waiting for hours yesterday as I noticed a hole in one of the eggs. But 3 hours later it still hadn't hatched and I had to leave as I had other things I needed to do.
So this morning I arrived to these two goslings peeking out from under the mothers wing. When I left 3 more had hatched while the mother was still sat on the nest so didn't see any eggs actually hatching. But still awesome nonetheless!
Been visiting a Greylag Goose nest in the local park over last 3-4 weeks.
Here is a photo of the male keeping guard of his mate and the nest she's on.
They have remained there despite kids throwing things at them and the nest (the nest is on a small embankment on the side of a bridge) and it is coming up the 28 day mark where the eggs are due to hatch.
I've been filming their behaviour for a YouTube video and its been fascinating observing them over the last few weeks.