We've not seen more than 2 on the feeder before
That is greedy, Angus. I think you need to share them. Pop one in the post please, it will be well cared for :) Envious me? You bet...
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Wow, as Caroline says can you share!!
Great to see!!
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I'll see what i can do. There certainly seem to be enough to go around at the moment!
Lovely pics Angus- you're so lucky, I never get them in my garden, but have seen them in woodlands. They're fascinating to watch.
Nice one Angus, i don't get them in the garden here.
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What a great sight. Do you think they were a family group?
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Pretty sure its a family group - never seen this many in the garden before
Wonderful, I never get them in the garden
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What a brilliant sight. Lucky you. I'm another that never sees them in my garden.
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Lovely pics Angus, I'm envious, we have had three in the garden this year, but trying to get them altogether is impossible. Chuffed I've managed to get the youngsters now but they haven't a clue about getting up on the peanuts and feed bits from the droppings of the sunflower seeds the goldies/greenies and chaffies throw down.
Lot to learn
Managed to snap some more yesterday - this guy seemed quite happy to pose for the camera
They look very much like a little family group :)