Time for "the yearly statement":It's wonderful to have this camera back and to see the swans doing well and the trees.
29dec17-- A Thank You to our host, Casa Antonia - Nursing and Residential Home, for sponsoring this 'live cam' view of the park of the residential and nursing home Casa Antonia in Balzan, beautiful.
It's wonderful to have this camera back and to see the swans doing well and the trees.
How wonderful to see this webcam online once more! It gives me such a feeling of calm and peace just watching the swans in their pond and seeing the leaves of the trees fluttering in the breeze. Thank you so much, Casa Antonia, for providing us with this view of your incredibly lovely garden.
Welcome back, I've missed you. I wanted to see how your trees were doing since their radical haircut and they seem to be ready for another trim.I love this place - if only all residential homes were like this one.
Someone's cleaning the swan pool. The swans look very healthy and content, and well fed too.
I wonder what is the story of the two swans in Casa Antonia. Does anyone has the answer?
Hoping the swans are enjoying the rest home.... Maybe want to fly but can't. Wishing all residents wellness in 2017!!
Hi David I wouldn’t have thought they could take of, Like an aeroplane they need a good runway. i also wonder if they are both male or both female because any Signets that would be born would have to leave before the next breeding season.
Hi Linda, yes I hope they are well looked after.... Can't help but think they are trapped in a really small pool. Does anyone know if they can fly away? Or are their wings clipped?
please give the swans something to eat
Edward, thanks for the information. I love the look of this place and the residents must be so happy there. If I wasn't so far away I'd put my name down now. It's a shame we can't see the peacocks but I think I would be fearful too. Love the twinkly lights in the gazebo.
Thanks for the update Edward. I see the saucer shapes are being worked on. Hope they work out as expected.
Yes the large olive trees will survive and come nice again, actually I had a shock myself when I saw them on the webcam but I had many residents complaining of them blocking their garden view so I thought they come first, we have to lower them even more and get them shape of a saucer sort of! been a long time since I posted something as I'm pretty busy and my daughter runs the place,and doing a great job! I have now also got a pair of peacocks still 10 months old but turning beautifully colored, which I thought I could leave running around but some guests got very scared of them. and also a hen and 2 cocks! the residents love them, incl the rabbits and various birds. Best regards to all, till next time, Edw.