Supper Time

We think of our gardens as places where we relax, or work in order to relax in pleasing surroundings. However, to the wildlife that share our gardens, they are just open air restaurants. The hoglets have their supper first, one of them is always late.Photo of hoglets

Then the adults have their share. It looks to me as though some shares are bigger than others. It is important to wash it all down with a drink.Photo of hedgehogs

Meanwhile on the other side of the garden, the sparrowhawk orders a pigeon to go.Photo of sparrowhawk

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