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Friday, July 27, 2012

Wye Valley Birding Part 2 ( Three Tits)

Great tit
The commonest tit in the UK is the Great tit (Parus Major). A regular visitor to the bird feeder, it is often accompanied by the Blue tit (Parus Caeruleus) and sometimes the Coal tit (Parus ater)
These three birds were photographed simply by putting out some suet and seed and waiting patiently.
One thing about photographing birds in July and August is the moulting process which makes the birds look little ragged, however that is what birds do.
Enjoy these images as much as I enjoyed sitting surrounded by Robins, Dunnock or Hedge Sparrow, the Jay (no pic yet) and the brilliantly coloured Greater spotted woodpecker. These images will be posted when I have finished gardening.
Coal tit

Blue tit

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