Mostly photos. Occasionally waffle.
Lovely shots John. Plenty here at the moment.
Thanks Keith, I have seen a few, but Fieldfares are outnumbering them by at least 3 to 1.J
Gorgeous, we don't get redwings but I am on the look out for the fieldfares. We had the excitement of discovering a nuthatch in our local park last Sunday. Hope the birds are not too blown about where you are.
Thanks Charlotte,We get Fieldfares too, but I haven't managed any kind of shot of one as yet. Very nice to see a Nuthatch. It's not too windy here at the moment, but that is due to change this week.J
Lovely photos of a lovely bird John. There are lots here now and Fieldfares too. They have all been too distant and flighty for decent photos though.
Thanks Jan,They are nice birds and the Fieldfares, obviously ;). I was lucky with this one, I hid in my van and he didn't notice me :)J
Dear John, how do you manage to come that near to the birds? And than make these lovely photos of them? Some days before I heard a thrush - singing her beautiful song. But I only see her sometimes in a front garden here in Berlin - but never near enough to see whether it has a slightly red wing.
Hi Britta,I use my van as a hide which lets me get fairly close. The Song Thrush has a beautiful song, a different bird to the Redwing, both in the Thrush family, but then again, so are Blackbirds and Ring Ouzels, but look very different.J
Yes, lovely photos you took there John. I keep seeing them, but they are always deep in the hedgerow.
Thanks Roy,Yes, this is the first one that I have managed to get 'in the open', normally they are tucked away deep in a hedge for me too.J
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