Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Little Spitfires.


Long-tailed Tit .......Aegithalos caudatus.

8 comments:

  1. They are a bunch of spitfires Trevor.

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  2. They don't keep still for long do they.

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  3. That is a lovely capture Trevor, although they have been visiting my garden they have been quite elusive lately. I also love the photo of the female Blackcap on the previous post, another that has avoided my lens this year.

    Great too to see the Cetti's Warbler, I have never seen one. Congratulations on the life ticks too. Finally I enjoyed the photo of (in my opinion) one of the loveliest of birds the Song Thrush.

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  4. Lovely photo, beatiful bird.

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  5. Agree Bob. Very fast flyers.

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  6. Hi Keith. Not long enough for a good photograph generally...most are soon deleted.

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  7. Hi Jan. Well the male has avoided mine but I hope to capture him soon. Yes the Song Thrush is always a welcome sight.

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