Groeten uit BRUGGE
1sep18-- Village Weavers - and busy as all get-out , usually seed eaters but during times of raising their young in the nests (they get into from a access point in the bottom of the nest) they feed their young on insects too. The greener nests are newer, though the older nests are occupied, just 'freshened' up on the inside. Fascinating bird , social colonies , though a bit vociferous . *cough* EnJoy Enjoy
These are weaver nests they return each yea
What are those things hanging from the trees? Are they nests or some kind of fruit?
as the Zambia & Kenya sites are offline. I dropped on the paarl site .glad I did . will be a regular visitor to this site from now on
24 May 2018, it's raining in Paarl, what a delightful site
I love seeing the sans swimming about
Not intended to be a scene from Kenya, but imagine relaxing with a glass of South African Ridgeback wine on the deck.
2 swans and some babies swimming:)
lovely light on the dam this morning, leaves slowly changing to autumn colors. Lovely day for a wine tasting and lunch along side the dam at Ridgeback, look forward to it
Beautiful black swan
14:30 - 9 ducks a'sunning and one fish a'swimming...
It's 13:07 hours, what has happened? There is NO birds at all in sight.