The birds they mock me

The birds they mock me

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DibblyDobbler

10,723 posts

162 months

Sunday 4th April
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Quite a distant shot (big crop) but a first for me so am happy with it smile



Willow Warbler by Mike Smith, on Flickr

SCEtoAUX

3,681 posts

46 months

Sunday 4th April
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Great Tit with prized possesion of sunflower heart.



Great Tit in flight and the arse of a Nuthatch.

(1/8000th of a second and those wings are still blurred).

SCEtoAUX

3,681 posts

46 months

Monday 5th April
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Lunchtime.


Fullook

419 posts

38 months

Wednesday 7th April
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Smollet

6,332 posts

155 months

Wednesday 7th April
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Vintage Racer

447 posts

110 months

Friday 9th April
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More from the garden yesterday....

GHP_9552 by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr

GHP_9532 by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr

GHP_6995 by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr


isaldiri

11,814 posts

133 months

Friday 9th April
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From the garden?! Very envious - that's a great shot of the black redstart!

Vintage Racer

447 posts

110 months

Saturday 10th April
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a tender moment from this pair of Blue Tits.....

GHP_1404 by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr

GHP_1402 by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr

DibblyDobbler

10,723 posts

162 months

Sunday 11th April
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Glynn you are killing it just now - all fantastic shots clap

Back down to earth now with Mr and Mrs Bullfinch at the feeder smile



Mr and Mrs Bullfinch by Mike Smith, on Flickr

DibblyDobbler

10,723 posts

162 months

Sunday 11th April
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My pet Robin was in good voice today smile


Robin by Mike Smith, on Flickr

Vintage Racer

447 posts

110 months

Tuesday 13th April
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Thanks for your comments Mike.......Last evening, this Magpie was definitely 'killing it'!

GHP_1704 (2) by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr

DibblyDobbler

10,723 posts

162 months

Thursday 15th April
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Wren by Mike Smith, on Flickr

SCEtoAUX

3,681 posts

46 months

Friday 16th April
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Greenfinches have now become regular visitors. Is there any bird that doesn't like sunflower hearts?


PomBstard

4,513 posts

207 months

Saturday 17th April
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Snaps taken by the phone but a young visitor to our fence, already quite calm around people...





SCEtoAUX

3,681 posts

46 months

Saturday 17th April
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Wren and Woodpecker




Smollet

6,332 posts

155 months

Saturday 17th April
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Colin the Cuckoo at Thursley Common. He’s been returning for the past 7 years so won’t be around a lot longer

BIRMA

3,120 posts

159 months

Saturday 17th April
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SCEtoAUX said:
Greenfinches have now become regular visitors. Is there any bird that doesn't like sunflower hearts?

The Green and Goldfinches in my garden hop between the Sunflower Hearts and Niger Seeds and can't seem to decide which they prefer. Other birds seem to clear up the rusks they seem to drop.

JonChalk

4,527 posts

75 months

Sunday 18th April
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Nothing special, but after a long period of not taking pics (for loads of dull reasons), I'm reasonable happy with these, taken this morning at Stanwick lakes (all with Sony RX10M4);

DSC00339-Edit by Jon Chalk, on Flickr

DSC00349-Edit by Jon Chalk, on Flickr

DSC00352-Edit by Jon Chalk, on Flickr

funinhounslow

915 posts

107 months

Sunday 18th April
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Got to love a heron...


DibblyDobbler

10,723 posts

162 months

Sunday 18th April
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A Dunnock and a Wren smile


Dunnock by Mike Smith, on Flickr


Wren (1) by Mike Smith, on Flickr