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  1. Ajophotog

    Ajophotog He's macroscopic !

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    Dave70D, Sir Bluto, Lez325 and 10 others like this.
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    Kodiak Qc

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    …that begs the question:
    "who's eyeballing who?"

    Very sweet take Alby! (y)
     
  3. holty

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    great shot
     
  4. KernowChris

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    Excellent! I don't recognize the breed?
     
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    You forget to put the peanuts out Alby:clap::clap::clap:?
     
  6. Mark Johnson

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    Long tailed Tit. Demanding food by the looks :)
     
  7. Ajophotog

    Ajophotog He's macroscopic !

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    Yes it's a long tailed tit, they seem to do it at a few of the Windows, not just the one near the food.
     
  8. Sir Bluto

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    That's a great photo, I love it!.
     
  9. Hertsman

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    id be made up just to share eye contact tbh, love the smaller birds like these. Great shot.
     
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    An unusual shot of a long tailed tit but really good.

    For a few years we have, now and again, had some these tumble, very rapidly, through the bushes at the bottom of the garden. In the last couple of weeks they have come very close to the house and are trying to collect spider cocoons from the corners of the windows - I assume for lining nests.

    Dave
     

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