Tadpoles and Bird Baths

I have been back from the winter warmth and sunshine of Florida for just about 2 weeks. We had a few very warm days here a week or so back and I even mowed the grass, but now it’s descended back to late winter with chilly winds and drizzly rain.  A visit to Brighton’s Rock Gardens yesterday proved well worthwhile. Even though it was overcast, the wildlife was busy multiplying and preening as if in anticipation of the beginning of spring.

I discovered a few extra images of the newly hatched egrets from Gatorland in Florida and rather than edit the previous post they are displayed here together with tadpoles and a chaffinch.

Go to the Image Gallery and Click on any of these images to view a full page enlargement.

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A pond crammed full of Tadpoles
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A frog just below the waters surface.
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Tadpoles in the pond at the Rock Gardens

 

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A chaffinch having a bath in a small pool by the waterfall.
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Another image of the chaffinch having a cleanup and splash about.
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Anyone got a comb or a brush!
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Welcome to the World……….

 

 

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