In my garden some of the “wildlife” is very unwelcome. The slugs or snails have been eating my petunias and salvia.
Then the squirrels have been eating the flower buds of a rose and the clematis. I have yet to have any flowers that have managed to come out on either.
On the other hand, now that my new bird bath has got disgustingly dirty the blackbirds have been using it regularly – until they got too busy collecting food. I hope they have babies somewhere and the squirrels don’t find them.
Then the other day I saw a robin, which has been using the bird bath to perch on quite frequently, actually have a bath. I think with the blackbirds having been very splashy and the sun evaporating some water it is now shallow enough for them to use. The/a robin also seems to have been very busy collecting food. Baby robins would be a big treat.
Also when we went for a walk down to the Nadder we saw that one pair of geese has produced some goslings, which was also lovely to see – not that I am especially fond of geese, but goslings are sweet.
So? I like some wildlife better than others!