Friday Feeders

Tauhou, silvereye

Tauhou, silvereye

It is busy in the garden with large numbers of Tui and Tauhou seeking food.

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It has been bitterly cold for a week, although it has been a little warmer over the past 48 hours. So the birds are working very hard to maintain their nutrient levels and strength.

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10 thoughts on “Friday Feeders

  1. Juliet

    Love the top photo Lynley. Great angles and colour. Your photographic work is going ahead in leaps and bounds!

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Isn’t the wee Tauhou a delight. They are loving the fruit bits I have stuck in the magnolia tree. The photographic result was a total surprise to me as it was a very quick image. I am loving photography and finally the weather is warm enough to be out a bit more. Thank you for the encouraging feedback!

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  2. Jo Woolf

    I just love those little Tauhou! So very cute! Hope that your weather warms up a bit soon. Our own summer failed to get off the ground so maybe a lovely autumn is in prospect!

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      The wee Tauhou are not native to NZ. Somehow these wee scraps of fluff journeyed here from Australia. The name Tauhou means “Little stranger” Here’s to a warm autumn for you and lovely light! We are forecast a cold, wet spring…..ho hum!

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