Cats bird watching is a little watercolour painting of the view from my window. My computers and my art table have a view directly out onto a bird feeding station. My cats, Skipper (the orange one) and Officer Dibble (the tortie one), often come to visit me while I work and sit on the window sill to watch the birds. During daylight hours, there is rarely a time when there isn’t a bird on the feeders. I have shown a nuthatch, a great tit, a goldfinch, a couple of blue tits and four of our very active house sparrow family that live in the damson tree.
Occasionally, the cats catch a bird (though small mammals are more their forte). But I reckon we keep so many birds alive with the kilos of nuts and seeds we put out, that the odd loss to predatation makes no difference to overall numbers.
A hand painted map, in watercolour, of the county of Oxfordshire, showing geography, history and nature.
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