Small birds in your garden ? Show them here !

Christilou

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New Forest Birds

I agree Mark, these are beautifully sharp photos. Its lovely to see these little birds in so much detail, the blue tits are especially fast movers so you did well to capture them. (Is it a blue tit or a coal tit?).
 

mark1000

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I agree Mark, these are beautifully sharp photos. Its lovely to see these little birds in so much detail, the blue tits are especially fast movers so you did well to capture them. (Is it a blue tit or a coal tit?).
Thanks chistilou, in pic 1 the left bird is a blue tit and the right one is a black cap.

Mark.
 

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This eurasian jay was sitting in our garden at noon :biggrin:

G1 with Reflex-Nikkor 500/8 iso200 on tripod

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C U,
Rafael​
 

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Little fur ball ( UK Blue tit )

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Mark.
 

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Little fur ball ( UK Blue tit )

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Mark.
I love blue tits and this one is super-cute little one! Sharpness is amazing, so much detail in the feathers - wonderful image. :thumbup:
 

f6cvalkyrie

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Little fur ball ( UK Blue tit )

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Hi Mark,

lovely !
Do you UK guys have birds that are not called 'tit' :biggrin::biggrin::confused:

C U,
Rafael
 

mark1000

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Hi Mark,

lovely !
Do you UK guys have birds that are not called 'tit' :biggrin::biggrin::confused:

C U,
Rafael
mmmmm, we do have a few tits,

Penduline tit
long tailed tit
bearded tit
coal tit
crested tit
marsh tit
willow tit
blue tit
great tit


Thats all the tits out the way :smile:

Mark.
 

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dove duo shot with Canon 100/2.8 and electronic shutter release.
 

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not my garden , but one where i work at times , been watching the clutch of eggs .......waiting



a clutch of 10 eggs = 9 ducklings [ 5 still in the koi pond]the mother is trying to coax the last of her brood out , later i moved a cement block and the new family was united,
she led her babies to a larger pond 300 meters away

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another...


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all 9 ducklings in one shot ... phew!
 
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