Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-09-13

  • @Bill_Oddie It has a beak like a bullfinch don't you think? Hope someone identifies it I'd love to know in reply to Bill_Oddie #
  • Need to varnish the wooden frame of the ground feeder tray. Had it years, loads of birds use it every day and I want to look after it. #
  • The canes I put round my birdtable are still keeping the rooks and pigeons away. Glad I got a close up video of a thrush on the birdtable #
  • Hope the injured swallow that a reader found survives. I really hope it does. It's eating and drinking and chirping #
  • RT @birdblogger: @birdtablenews It is without a doubt a Chaffinch in Billoddies picture #
  • @birdblogger Thanks birdblogger. Puzzle solved. I just wasn't sure and I wanted to know in reply to birdblogger #
  • @Bill_Oddie Maybe it should have been left and not 'rescued' in reply to Bill_Oddie #
  • @wiggled Were there many birds at the bird feeders? in reply to wiggled #
  • An injured swallow was saved and nursed back to health. Should it be let free. It has an injured wing. Short freedom or safe cage life? #
  • @ViewFromEngland I think I do too, but not sure. in reply to ViewFromEngland #
  • @birdblogger You are right. Other birds are meant for a caged life – but maybe not swallows. Will pass this on. Thanks in reply to birdblogger #
  • Have passed the messages onto my reader. Thanks. They have taken such care of the injured swallow, feeding it, giving it a bird bath. #
  • Yet we humans do all sorts of things to extend our lives don't we? (this is about letting a swallow go to almost certain death) #
  • Trouble at Bird Table News http://ff.im/-7R669 #
  • @shefwildlife Will you be going to Bempton Cliffs? in reply to shefwildlife #
  • RT @starfocus: 50+ Ways to Greenify Your Classroom and Campus..http://tiny.cc/C1u62 (via @gogreenstudents) – would have loved these when … #
  • RT @_BTO: This weekend looks great for birdwatching – why not take part in the Big Summer Bird Count? http://bit.ly/CaFlp #
  • RT @wiggled: RT@ farmrphil RT @DavidACGregory: ACTION SCIENCE CORRESPONDENT @dr_david_w http://tinyurl.com/nbejf5 Good work here!! #
  • RT @farmerpaula: Hello and goodbye…such stunning weather! Haylage, straw, windows & a raft of phone calls has demolished my tweeting time. #
  • @farmerpaula We're the same. Busy getting straw in from the fields, pack ups to do, cows still need milking. Cows are sleeping in now. in reply to farmerpaula #
  • RT @wiggled: I'm speaking at this rural conference tomorrow http://bit.ly/443Gco Any thoughts/messages for the policy makers effecting … #
  • RT @farmingfriends: admin on "Help! Duck can hardly stand let alone walk!" http://ff.im/-7UTKW #
  • RT @farmingfriends: admin on "First eggs from new babies" http://ff.im/-7UTKZ #
  • It was a fox that killed the pigeon in my garden. that means a fox has been in my garden #
  • Glad we planted a laurel hedge years ago. It's evergreen. It gives cover for our garden birds every day of the year. roost / perch / shelter #
  • @farmerpaula Yes, milking twice a day + getting everything else done does make things hectic. Sad, not worth carrying on milking though. in reply to farmerpaula #
  • @_BTO @_BTO Are you doing a migration watch on swallows? Is it easy to put the map on showing swallow numbers? I'm getting some sad stories in reply to _BTO #
  • Garden busy with birdlife today, blackbirds hopping in and out of undergrowth, blue tits, sparrows + others on feeders + lurking in hedges #
  • I can't get over the fact that a fox has been in my garden, at my birdtable and killed a pigeon. The birdtable is so close to the house. #
  • @farmerpaula Really? So do I. It was so nice to have cows walking through the village,the hub of farming and milk being sold locally. #
  • @farmerpaula I've gone all nostalgic now. Where did it all go wrong. Why are we importing milk when British farmers want to produce it in reply to farmerpaula #
  • Back to birds – I'm getting one or two blackbirds + thrushes that look so untidy and funny because they are moulting . They sit on the fence #
  • @GoGreenStudents Recycle kitchen food waste and help wildlife – feed wild birds bacon rind, apple core, plain cooked rice, cheese. in reply to GoGreenStudents #
  • @GoGreenStudents Recycle your kitchen scraps – feed the birds! http://bit.ly/1H85Z in reply to GoGreenStudents #
  • RT @GoGreenStudents: #FF @QueenRania @LookForTheDrop @bodyami @ACVAddict @therightblue @LisaErspamer @birdtablenews @MSUUnion @rachelbir#
  • RT @farmingfriends: Comment on Breeding Guinea Fowl by sara http://ff.im/-804Lf #
  • RECORDING SWALLOW NUMBERS http://ff.im/-80gs9 #
  • Reader saw 15 swallows chase a Sparrowhawk in the sky. Swallows flew making alarm call &were swooping at the bird of prey. Swallows won #
  • @shefwildlife Lucky you. We had a trip the other year and I still remember it. It's good to see the birds from the sea in reply to shefwildlife #
  • NEST BOX CAMERAS http://ff.im/-83sZO #

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