No, you can’t come in.

The past few days the wonderful British weather has been quite variable. From horrendous downpours causing flooding, to beautiful sunny days that lift your spirits. Flowers and blossoms have bloomed and birds are singing loudly. Nest building is well under way and my cats are watching eagerly for signs of baby birds.

Kimi watching for rats

Our hens are enjoying the fine weather, lying on the grass and soaking up the rays.

xena gabs resting

willow trixie resting

Whilst other birds have been pecking at my bedroom window trying to get in. I presume they think my cluttered space is ideal for building a nest and raising chicks. After all it’s safer than outside, isn’t it?

Long-tailed Tit colour 1

Long-tailed Tit B&W 1

Not really, birds. You see, five cats live in the house, and, although I keep the door closed, it is opened regularly and well, a cat is fast. So no, you can’t come in, long-tailed tits, sorry.

Long-tailed Tit colour 2

Bye!

Long-tailed Tit B&W 2

I guess they heard me because after I took these photographs, they flew away.

Long-tailed Tit colour 3

Such pretty birds.

Long-tailed Tit B&W 3

I hope you love nature as much as I do. Thanks for reading.

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