Non human visitors & residents of SE23


#88

We are now getting wood pigeons back in our garden, since a local hunting cats owners have moved, :sweat_smile: phew!


#89

I don’t dislike then, but the Fox family near me is very noisy at night.

I have been hoping to see a stag beetle, but no luck. Instead, last night I found on my window ledge an alarming wasp-like insect of significant proportions. Horrid.


#90

Can we have a “maximum six legs per creature” rule on photographs, here, please?


#91

Cocks rifle :wink:


#92

Have their been many sightings of Parakeets recently? I was wondering the other day as often used to see them in the garden but havent for many months.


#93

I saw a flock of green birds flying across the street ahead of me on Devonshire Road the other day. I’m pretty sure they were parakeets but did not get a long enough look to be certain.


#94

@LukeSlatford … I’m sure there are thousands in your garden. Closest Forest Hill has to their natural environment.

Seen a few down our end recently.


#95

I prefer to keep things wildlife friendly and reduce carbon!


#96

Cool - will keep an extra keen eye out when working from home tomorrow!


#97

Yes, they congregate there every evening and fly off in a reasonable size flock, having a good squawk as they go.


#98

I’m really bad at counting :smirk:

Ok no more spiders for a while!


#99

Evil b%st%rd.

:wink:


#100

Not much eating on it mate - racing pigeons are light!
Wood pigeons however… Yummy…


#101

Hi folks… I rescued a female stag beatle from a spider web this morning. Haven’t seen one of these for years!


#102

Wow, nice pic


#103

woodpecker in the garden the other evening