My hungry friend

Nye bilder 570_filteredEn kjær venn,  ‘Gråsisiken’ som oftest sulten, men som ikke har besøkt meg på flere år –   Så hva skjedde med denne arten?

A good friend, ‘the Redpoll’, ordinarily hungry as hell, but hasn’t visited me in years –  So what happened to the species?
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7 Responses to My hungry friend

  1. allesistgut says:

    I’ve never seen that bird. It’s a lovely little buddy!

  2. Oh, I hope they are surviving well – he is as cute as a button! 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Yes he is, but – as I said – haven’t been seen in years.
      Another thing from the garden: Wasps and bumblebees have had a sharp decline. Looking at the last two summers I’d guess something like 60%, and looking ahead that could spell disaster for agriculture around the world.

  3. It’s a bird which usually flies in gatherings of as many as 50-100 birds together, but they seem to wander off, changing their annual territory each year. For a couple of years it was one of the birds we saw most of all. Some even spent the night tucked away on the feeding tray🙂, but the last 3-4 years we have seen practically none what so ever.
    It so that I’m wondering a little about if something has happened to the species?

  4. What a beauty! I’ve never seen one of those before.

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