18th December 2016 Natasha 4Comment

It’s All About The Blackbirds!

As promised in my last post, this one it’s all about the blackbirds! The blackbirds are around all the time. Sometimes they come “asking” for mealworms or fat pellets. This means they either chook lots if you’re not noticing them or they sit in the garden looking at me when I’m in the kitchen getting a drink or cooking dinner! As you can probably guess they always get something!

The last few weeks have been hectic in the garden with lots of birds everywhere, and I love watching them! They are eating there way through lots of bird food and it’s not properly winter yet. The squirrels have of course been around either searching in the pots for “buried treasure” or raiding the bird food!

This is my last journal post of 2016 as it’s going to be busy for now on until the end of the year. It will return in the new year in a new style. I always like to try new things! Thank you for all your comments and taking the time to read my journal this year :)

The Brambles Journal 28th November – 31st December 2016

To view this weeks journal pages larger, click on the images to open in Flickr.

 

 

 

This weeks pages were created wonderful graphics by Lynne Anzelc Designs and DaisyTrail, and commercial use fonts available from Design Cuts. All the photos are by Steve.

All my journal pages can be found on Flickr here: The Brambles Tale Journal

Your Garden and Local Area

What’s been happening in your garden and/or local area?If you’d like to share, I love to read. Please share in the comments section below. I look forward to catching up :)

Enjoy the rest of 2016 and any holidays that you’re celebrating. Have fun catching up with nature if you’ve not had much time recently. Natasha :)

4 thoughts on “It’s All About The Blackbirds! – The Brambles Journal

  1. As always a beautiful layout and interesting journaling you seem to have plenty of birds still visiting your garden Natasha there are not as many where we live. …I think the mild weather is still encouraging some plants to flower we have the wild marigolds and last year they flowered all through the winter…. Thank you for all your Journals this year .. Merry Christmas to you both……Maryxx

  2. Thank you Mary :) I’m sorry to hear you don’t have many birds at the moment. I’m sure if the weather turns colder they’ll be flocking in. I think the flowers are all a bit topsy-turvy! Both of you too have a wonderful Christmas, Natasha :)

  3. Fab post – what a great way to finish the year Natasha :)
    I adore Steves photos – your Blackbird is a handsome chap.
    Our pair are still bickering – ‘she’ still seems to have the ump with him and chasing him about…
    Then will sit nicely together if I throw them some food.
    Wow your Forsythias are early – the only colour we have is the abutilon and fuchsias.
    Will look forward to catching up with whats been happening at the Brambles next year xxx

  4. Thank you Gill, I adore Steve’s photos too :) It sounds like blackbirds are being blackbirds! I’m not quite sure what’s up with the flowers and my garden but it is nice so see some in bloom. I’m looking forward to an exciting year at The Brambles :)

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