Friday, 5 March 2010

Meditating Marsh Tit.


Marsh Tit...... Parus palustris

11 comments:

  1. I particularly like this one because:- It is a lovely portrait of one of my favourite birds and, they are now extremely rare in Scotland.
    Marsh Tit is such a beautiful, understated little fellow/ess.
    All the best and thanks again.

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  2. Lovely photo Trevor! I also enjoyed the Grey Wagtail and particularly the Chaffinch who did indeed look contented :)

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  3. Super shot Trevor,I'm still trying to Digiscope one.
    Trouble is they don't stay still for long.
    John.

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  4. Estos herrerillos no son nada abundantes por aquí... Preciosas fotografías.

    Saludos y Enhorabuena.

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  5. Hi Stuart. They are indeed nice, lively little birds. Shame they are so scarce in Scotland.

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  6. Thanks Jan. I had a particularly good week photographing birds so I am also contented.

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  7. Hello John.
    I can definitly identify with your problem....they do not stay still for more than a second or so. You can also add the Coal Tit, Goldcrest and Firecrest to that list.

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  8. Hi Anzaga. Wecome.
    Mucha Gracias

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  9. So very sweet! Resembles our little chickadee! ~karen

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  10. Hello Karen. Very busy little woodland bird ...always darting about and never still for long.

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