some canadian geese decided to make a home, at least temporarily, on the pond near me so i decided i should take this chance to ride my bicycle over and take some nice close-up video with my Canon Powershot SX530HS
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Shot on Location in Orange County, California On October 6, 2018
curious fact: Lifespan = 2 years
The opossum only lives two years, or three years at most. It takes an opossum a year to mature and then the typical opossum has one litter (in the next mating season) and then dies. Occasionally an opossum will live three years - to a second mating season.
Its been quite a while since we did a garden growing video so here we are at the end of August and the early signs of autumn becoming evident, many of the garden vedge has gone to seed to set next years crop which we will collect when they have matured. Some are already ripe enough to collect like the French Beans and the many different types of pea, and many of the herbs are almost ready to collect, its been a good growing season thus far and we have copious amounts of other vedge that will span the autumn and winter like our leek bed which are almost ready to eat the baby versions for making wonderful leak and potatoes soups with the rich stocks we gain from the weekend roasts.
The toms are now just turning ripe both out in the garden and in the greenhouses, the ones outside are just showing the first signs of blight so we have taken the bunches from the plants and hung them out in the direct sunlight which should help them ripen slightly faster, if we don't get them well its all part and parcel of nature, yet we still have many dozens inside which are not effected by disease.
The damson trees got knocked by a couple of late frosts and failed to produce this year but there is always next year for nature to repay us for free, as the apple and pear trees have done once again with a bumper crop. In a coming video we will be have our annual apple scrumpy day on 14th October and will be converting the pears into some perry cider which is one of our faviorite tipples, so please tune in regularly so you don't miss the harvest to come, thank you all again for watching.
Another Mr Robin episode to show how he is becoming used to having me close by whilst feeding, here he actually comes within a couple of inches of my hand, infact at one point he comes right up to me and actually pecksat my fingers as to say get away from my dinner, also notice how he fluffs up his feathers to try making himself look bigger than he really is, natural instinct at play here.
In the background you can hear the parent bird giving a warning chirp as he approaches for the scond time and lingers right in front of the camera 4" away for a few seconds and grabs a couple of meal worms that are included within the bird mix.
As winter aproaches and the natural food becomes more scarce a few different birds will start coming closer for food; The bird feeders I made earlier this summer are themselves being visited more and more by the day
A very short video of my latest attempt at training a young robin to feed out of the hand, I start now before the colder weather sets in so he gets used to my voice and coming up to me for small titbits, here he is seen within a foot of my head which is just peeping over the top of the shed lean too. It is still relatively easy for him to find insects and the like, but as the season wears on he will find it incresingly harder to find fresh food. We were sat in the garden the other day in the last rays of sunshine and on the back of the garden bench sat Mr Robin only half a metre away, so it looks likely that he will trust us this year; he still displays his deffiance to us by bobbing quickly and flapping his wings which is a sign of territorialism, we will keep you posted as to what happens and where he nests next spring if he makes it through the winnter, these birds only live on average of a year so his chances are pretty limited.
Cover picture shows a robin we used to feed several years ago from the car mirror, he would come to within a foof of my hand but would not make the final step onto my fingers, but he was really sure from where he was.
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You never know what you will run into but was hoping to find some wildlife and maybe rattlesnakes, the key is to have your camera with you, preferably rolling! But it beats Seattle traffic jams any day of the week. More to come!
I have been trying to find a decent converter to get this video off of my really old video camera for some time, I manged it today but it might be a tad poor so here he is calling out to others of the opposite sex.
The plant in the cover picture is called Quaking Grass, know locally as Dithery Docks, this is only found in the old traditional hay meadow and can be seen in many wild place in Upper Teesdale from the middle of June onwards.
A polite mesage for those who enjoy my content, please could I ask the viewers if they would like to donate to the Bitchute community to help their platform flourish, I am simply happy to be here and show how I do things, this is one of the best ways to build community and trust in who we are, reciprocation is the key to fit all of our locks.
I made a friend, this wild squirrel is my new friend, she visits some times and we spend some time together, some times I don't see her for weeks, once she was gone for 4 months and then she is back. I call her 'Peanut' and she now recognizes me and comes when I call her, she is one adorable wild squirrel but I don't recommend trying this at home, Squirrels can carry a deadly disease so don't try this at home =D
Un couple d’organistes (Couvée d'Euphonia laniirostris.) est venu pondre tout près de notre salle à manger. A couple of organists (Euphonia laniirostris) Came to lay close to our dining room. Una pareja de organistas (Euphonia laniirostris) Vino a recostarse cerca de nuestro comedor.