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Not exactly wild life but a chicken. She has been around where I live for 4 days to the concern of all. She roosts each night in a tree, shelters in undergrowth and is fed and watered. Being in a fox happy area we were concerned. Anyway someone told about her on our local FB page and a lady thinks f...
Every species is there for a purpose. Wonderful, as long as they keepaway from me. I must say that I have not see any wasps this year, just a garden full of bees.
Thak you for the information Michael. I must admit that I don't like wasps but do have plants to encourage bees into my garden. So many of our bee species have died so try and care for the ones still here.
Thank you Spreckly. I painted this picture of him last month. He was the sweetest littIe boy who I miss so much. I know where I went wrong with my first attempt at getting a picture on here.
I have exactly the same problems as you Spreckly. I have been an avid gardener for years but back pain won't let me. It still looks pretty but am leaving weeds for wildlife +pinn+ I can knit but the start of macular degeneration stops me sewing. Luckily I can knit but reserve this for the evenings. ...
It has been said that many people have found new, or rediscovered crafts and hobbies. I started experimenting with watercolours at the start of being isolated. I painted a portrait of a gr grandaughter which I was quite happy with but didn't have much motivation. Since then I have found the love of ...
Haven't had my second yet and no idea when. My first one was done at home and I wasn't given a second date. I was phoned from my GP surgery last Tuesday saying my second one would be done on the Wednesday or Thursday. I said I would be out Thursday afternoon as i am having a form of chemotherapy in ...
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