Unfortunately not! I thought I had a Penduline Tit on the feeders at breakfast time. Better than a lottery win. When I eventually managed a shot of it’s head it was a Long Tailed Tit. It did have a lot of brownish feathers on it’s back though…………Still a grand sight.
The Nuthatch………..these seem to be doing really well. I wish the same could be said for Red Squirrels. They are slowly being eliminated by squirrel pox. It’s carried by the Grey Squirrel who are immune but our native red isn’t, so looses coordination and dies. Found one this morning……………sad!
Back to Pendulums………..or the clocks that are regulated by them.
It’s not massive the wee can to the left is 3-in-1 0il. Over a hundred and fifty years old and still going………now and again. I was hoping it would be fully exposed. This one lives in a box and one can only get a foot away from it. It is still a wondrous thing and thank you Jon for allowing time in your schedule to pull an old man up the ladders.
Thank you again Jon for taking the time to show an old man a wonderful piece of engineering.