Tuesday, 28 July 2009

robin box and tomato plants




this is the robin box that my grand daughter and i made back in april, it is now nearly covered with the ivy, hopefully next year they will nest in there, and then we can see them on the webcam that is in there. took a photo of the tomato planters that i posted back in may, they are doing really well.

11 comments:

ShySongbird said...

I shall look forward to seeing if you have any tenants next Spring. That poor W Pigeon on your last post! I'm so glad it is doing all right, it looked a really nasty injury.

karen said...

That robin box looks very inviting Denis! Im sure they will be in there next year, cant wait to find out! Love that waterproof bird feeder, whare did you get it from? x

denzil said...

the woody has been in this morning shysongbird, and you wouldn't recognize it from the state it was in on that photo, i made the bird feeder myself karen, only accessable to small birds.

karen said...

Make me one please???? x

Jayne said...

Great shots yet again Denis glad to hear about the wounded Woodie
Jayne

Geordie Magpie said...

Shy bairns get nowt Karen !!

Geordie Magpie said...

Good luck next spring Denzil. Those toms look like their going to be full of fruit soon.... If we get some sun maybe!

denzil said...

the woody is doing fine jayne, all you need is some wood and a few pieces of perspex karen, the emphasis on the SUN geordie.

ShySongbird said...

I do hope all is well with you Denis? I notice you haven't posted for some time and hope it is just that you are busy doing other things.

denzil said...

hi ShySongbird, i'm fine, (thanks for asking), just been too busy with work and other things, not even looked at my camera for, "i don't know, seems like ages", still feeding the birds and hope to get back blogging very soon.
denis

ShySongbird said...

That's good news Denis, I was just a bit concerned as although I may not always comment I have followed your blog for a while now and was concerned there might be something wrong.

It is perfectly understandable that sometimes blogging has to take a back seat, it is very time consuming!