Birds in your garden

Garden birds around feeders


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Thanks Darren. Can you Id this one too. I think I'd narrowed it down to 2 a redwing thrush or a sedge warbler. I could be totally wrong tho. DSC_0257.jpg
 
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Not had them in the garden on the feeder yet, but my garden drops down into a field where the pics where taken so not far. I often see them late afternoon together so hopefully they are.
 
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Blue Tit. I had 2500 ISO on this as I shot it through my kitchen window so Topaz Denoise helped quite a bit.


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Here's a Green Woodpecker (one of a pair that regularly come into our garden), in the rain yesterday ...

 
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Our resident Pheasant, in close up. He even comes and pecks on the glass of the patio doors!

 
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Anyone have the odd unusual bird show up :shrug:
No Golden Eagles or Puffins unless you can show a bit of garden environment without using PS :D
I get these Red Legged Partridge early in the morning under the feeders.

[/url] Red Legged Partridge by Neil Brimacombe, on Flickr[/IMG]
We had a Sparrowhawk a few weeks ago.
Quite unusual for us - only seen one in the garden before
Shot through double glazing in fading light.

Sparrowhawk by Mike Stephen, on Flickr
 
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Siskins 0015s.jpg

Not the greatest shot. Taken through the kitchen window against the light.
These siskins are becoming regular visitors to the bird feeder.
 
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