Thursday, 25 February 2010

Robin and Bluetit in the snow and off course Nin

Nin having a crafty nap (I had to sneak this picture in :o)



The snow has just about gone again although I did see on the News tonight that Scotland are still in the grip of Winter and getting lots of the white stuff ~I hope all our friends there are keeping safe and warm ~

I would not be surprised if we get some more here ~ it certainly feels cold enough ~

I only filled those bird feeders yesterday so you can see the birds are very busy looking for food ~
When they run short of seed the come and sit on my windowsill ~ letting me know it's time to go out and feed them :o)


Hollie said...

Awww thanks for sharing. Hope you are doing well

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Robins are a sign that Spring is on the way. I've yet to see them here. I would follow your dear Nin and take a winter's nap too if I could. We are still having lots of snow. No relief yet.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Hope both sides of the pond get spring soon.

Anonymous said...

Good to see you're getting back to normal Ally :) and Nin enjoying a seista. I think that robin will be keeping a keen eye on your gardening days, come spring.


salemslot9 said...

robins in the snow
my John saw 2 today
a bit early
we enjoy feeding
our squirrels
Nin looks sweet
as usual
sounds like you're
feeling better, Ally

hope you saw
the 2nd set
of kitty pix
on my blog

madcobug said...

Those birds are smart. Hope you fell better now. cute pictures. Helen

jack69 said...

Ally my dear, how sweet to feed the birds, and how smart they are to let you know when it is time again. That is neat. The scenery is beautiful, BUT cold!
Sherry & Jack

Andy said...

Hope you are feeling better now. It has certainly been a cold winter despite the forecasters saying that it would be a mild one!


Looks cold and wintery there, like here. I love seeing the birds out and about, especially in the snow. They give hope that spring is on the way.

Paula said...

Those England birds are pretty smart little guys to know where to go to alert you the feeders are empty. I love to feed the birds too but we don't have any pretty ones here in town. See lots of cardinals at the ranch and the hummingbirds will be back next month.

Kath said...

I am so happy to see Nin again and how content looking too LOL!!Yes those birds can certainly make that food go down quickly Ally.I think we need a rise in our pensions to keep up with there food bill alone Heeeeee.Iv'e had a few Robins visiting, but still Mr Blackbird rules lol!!Thankyou for sharing the pictures they are great.Stay warm Keep well cuddles to Nin and Barney.Take Care God bless Kath..

Sara said...

Lovely photos Ally... you have the same colour towels as I do :o)
Smiles at you for your great taste!
Sara xxx

LYN said...

love the pics..glad you are feeling well enought to post...;-))

Stuart said...

our bird feeders seem to empty as fast as we fill them!

Jean said...

Lovely to see this entry from you Ally ,although I didn't get an alert for it .Hope you are feeling alot better now .Its still very cold here ,Pete and I are off to Brighton next week for a few days ,don't mind if its cold as long as it stays dry ,we can wrap up warm and walk about .Have a lovely weekend ,great photos love and hugs

Rose~* said...

I can see that Nin isn't bothered by the birds, lucky dog. I love the rug colour as it would really suit my decor. Those birdies sure do look cold. Mine are feasting on a suet cake and a seed bell in the front where I've got some shelter for them. The only problem is that whenever I try to snap a picture, they see me and scoot away, lol. Lovely photos Ally - hope you are feeling better. ((HUGS))

Nancy said...

Neat pics Ally! A sure sign of spring. And the birds are going crazy for seed her too!