Look at my mate (Rolling)

This gorgeous wee goldcrest pal has been fluttering around my window for 15 minutes, munching on tiny bugs and the like. I was worried they got stuck behind my window box so I went outside, moved it aside a little and took this photo. They seem chill enough :slight_smile:

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Met this pal on the way home from work last night. He eventually deigned to get off the road and wandered into this driveway. That’s a giant thicket of briars and whatnot caught in his antlers. Accidental accoutrements or the latest fashion for every discerning red deer? Who knows…

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Reckon it was a purposeful style choice

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I like to think so

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Biggest spider I’ve ever seen that wasn’t behind glass (pen for scale)

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This GBOL like to spend their nights chilling on the road outside work.

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Baby snail mate.

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Rock pool m80

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Made a new pal this morning.

It did some good head bopping:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CFFC86YH4I2/?igshid=18tyo6tmy4poc

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Met this colourful wee pal on the night shift

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I hate those bloody things. Haven’t had one in my bedroom since I bought a fly screen in the spring, however their season is on the way so maybe they’ll come under the door at some point.

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Big shiny mate just landed on my leg

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Blimey. I reckon some moisturising cream might be beneficial.

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Grasshopper pal

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Slow worm pal

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Not a grasshopper but close! I think that’s a female bush cricket, oak bush cricket I think?

Tbf, he (she?) didn’t do much hopping

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Fairly confident it’s a she, that pointy ‘tail’ is what she lays her eggs with

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