The jackdaw is a common bird in Denmark. We have some large colonies here in the area. Every morning at break of dawn they fly over our house. And every night at sunset, they fly back. Noisy as hell and so close you […]
I called my blog Nature Says Hello, because I thought that is what nature does; flora and fauna says hello. I was so wrong… I should have called it A Silent Scream For Help instead. However, I guess a positive […]
Monday morning, the sun has not yet decided to shine and bring us warmth. Last week, we had so many birds colliding or flying into the orangery. The cat ate some and today I found this female blackbird outside. Is […]
Wow, there is really happening something these days. Yesterday an eel and today a baby blue tit which flew into the window of the orangery. I found it on the tiles, unconscious. Since I didn’t want the cat to eat […]
-5°C the last few nights and frost during the day also. The birds in my garden are hungry and must be fed daily. We have blackbirds, sparrows, fieldfares, chaffinches, tits, red robins, jays and many more. When their small stomachs […]
January in Denmark can be a very mixed experience. Mostly winters are moist, rainy and foggy with temperatures just around 0° Celcius. Snow is not rare, but rather a volatile guest, especially welcomed by the children. However, today we have […]
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