Mostly photos. Occasionally waffle.
Pretty captures of your Reed Bunting. I assume the male is in the middle, he is handsome. Great shots!
Thanks Eileen! You are correct, the male is the middle bird, his head will turn fully black when in breeding plumage, some already have, just not the ones I have a photo of! ;)J
Lovely captures of these birds John
Very nice looking bird and very nice images.
Nice shots of the buntings in the reeds.
Almost 10 years to the day since I last saw a Reed Bunting.Great photos!
Thanks Mosura!I am lucky in that they come into the garden very regularly, so I get to see them most days.J
It looks like the bird in the first picture is actually on a reed! There are Reed Buntings at Roding Valley Meadows and I always look for them because I think they are easy to identify. CLICK HERE for Bazza’s fabulous Blog ‘To Discover Ice’
Yes, they do sometimes perch on reeds Bazza, just not that often ;)Very impressed that you think they are easy to identify, now what about Little Buntings?J
What! There are Little Buntings as well. Doh!
Oh yes Bazza and they are really hard to tell apart from Reed Buntings, especially for me!J
How very lovely they are, anything that is a Bunting, I adore them all~
They are great birds, much overlooked in my opinion.J
Will look forward to spotting these while out running back along the Trent at Farndon
Sounds like a bit too much exercise to me Simon! ;)J
Great birds Linda!J
Lovely images John. They look more like Springtime with their improved plumage.
Thanks Roy! Yes, get a full black head on the male and we know better weather will soon be here!J
What gorgeous little birds, John!
Lovely things, one of my favourites Liz!J
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