Fallow Stag, Knowle Park.

Fallow Stag, Knowle Park.

Monday, 1 April 2013

** Wild Life Watching Put On Hold For A While.**

Just thought I would  post a short blog stating why. Pam and I went on a holiday  and while we was away at the end of the second week we both caught a virus. I am just getting over it, but because Pam  is astmatic it has hit her very bad. Las sunday,24th. She had to go into hospital for tests.
After having all the regular tests, the final one being blood gasses she then came home but still under the hospitals consent.
Every day a nurse come in to take all  the usual readings, sats, temperature, blood pressure etc, it is called Home under the Hospital. It is a way of freeing up a bed on the wards.
Pam is starting to be more active and doing a few things in doors, but also resting up in between.
It is not the sort of blog I like to write about, but I hope it it will not be long before I am writing about wildlife again.
The only thing I have noticed is that I have got 2 Siskins feeding  every day, 1 male and 1 female.
and 2 male Blackcaps.
I hope all my fellow bloggers are having some good sightings.


  1. Sounds like you're having a rough time of it Ken :-(
    I hope the year improves for you and Pam soon

    Good luck mate :-)

  2. Hope Pam has a speedy recovery and wishing you well too.

  3. Ken ,
    Sounds like you two have been through the wringer recently .
    Don't suppose the weather has helped either .
    Hope you both get back to full health soon .
    Look forward to the wildlife blogs then .

  4. Ken, So sorry to hear of Pam and your health issues and hope that you will soon be fully recovered. Looking forward to you posting more happy wildlife blogs again. I have been lucky to have up to 5 siskins visit my feeders in Maidstone recently. Take care.

  5. Sending you and Pam best wishes Ken.
    A bit of warm Spring sunshine is what's needed to make us all feel better.
    All the best to you both.

  6. Hi,hope you will both be feeling better soon.The warmer weather forecast for next week will help I am sure.