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Jenny Wren and what a song from such a tiny bird.

I have stopped feeding, they don't seem too interested at the moment round here. There seems to be a lot of natural grub in abundance.

 

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Can anyone I'd this one ? Warbler 

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Little owl staring down the lens whilst perched on a dry stone wall today...

 

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2 hours ago, zandy01 said:

Little owl staring down the lens whilst perched on a dry stone wall today...

 

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He looks so pissed looking at the camera.

Just wonder how much better you would make the shots I take on my bridge look, big respect

Cheers Arry

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5 hours ago, Chaff said:

Can anyone I'd this one ? Warbler 

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chiffchaff no pun lol

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Here's a different little owl from today... 

 

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8 hours ago, Mickey Finn said:

Here's a few from the other day.

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is the bottom one a siskin? if so a bit more yellow than ours, do you have allot of the same birds as us, and whats the little woodpecker? good photo's mate.

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Hi Bud, the woodpecker is a Hairy Woodpecker. Very similar to the Downy which is also common around here. The bottom pic is a Gold Finch male and I think female or younger male (not sure). You guys as I've learned have a different gold finch and by the way the sparrow in the first pic (English transplant?) was trying to woo a mate with his display of grass. I think he struck out though.

 

Thanks for the kind words.

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sedge warbler sorry about quality he was to far for my camera and would not keep still lol.

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On 24/06/2019 at 07:36, two crows said:

is the bottom one a siskin? if so a bit more yellow than ours, do you have allot of the same birds as us, and whats the little woodpecker? good photo's mate.

The American Goldfinch is a type of Siskin, (Spinus Tristis) the Eurasian  Siskin is Spinu Spinus.

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