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A few little birdies - NT73 - Feb 22, 2012

Apologies for poor quality. Taken in the woods in dull light.

Blue-tit



RE: A few little birdies - NT73 - Feb 22, 2012

Long tailed tit



RE: A few little birdies - NT73 - Feb 22, 2012

Lesser Redpoll


RE: A few little birdies - NT73 - Feb 22, 2012

Another pretty poor shot, but many people have never seen this bird in their lifetimes.
This was taken at around 50-60 ft. I need a 600 plus a 2x teleconverter. Rolleyes
Kingfisher



RE: A few little birdies - Zig - Feb 25, 2012

Bally well done to grab a kingfisher.

Nice tits.


RE: A few little birdies - NT73 - Feb 25, 2012

(Feb 25, 2012, 15:52)Zig Wrote: Bally well done to grab a kingfisher.

Nice tits.

As the bishop said to the actress. Blush


Local folk have mentioned the kingfisher before, but it has always disappeared when I arrive. This week was the nearest I have ever been to one - just on the other side of a canal. The far bank is not accessible except by boat. Trees and brambles and a steepbank are the obstacles. When the temperature picks up a little I will have another try. It has a tremendously long beak and a very short ar- er rear end. Big Grin



RE: A few little birdies - lcburns - Mar 3, 2012

You like your birds don't you! Great shots, quality is good.

(Feb 25, 2012, 15:52)Zig Wrote: Nice tits.

It was only a matter of time.