Monday, 29 April 2013

Treecreeper

Another attempt at the speedy and elusive Treecreeper.







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20 comments:

  1. Hi Roy,
    this really cool tree creeper. I see them regularly but never get them really nice in the picture. They are always too fast or they are too dark. Wonderful that you got it. Swift bird so beautiful in the picture
    Regards, Helma

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    1. Thanks Helma, I was lucky with the light background which helped.

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  2. Great shots Roy and I couldn't help but notice the beak on this beautiful bird. I expect they evolve for their particular task.

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    1. Thanks Denise, yes they use the beak to prize open the bark to get at insects.

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  3. Hi Roy

    Some nice photos in this series. these are cute busy little birds.

    Guy

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  4. Hey Roy..Excellent attempt..they are great!!
    Having it on white bark really helps ; )!!
    Grace

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  5. Great shots Roy and it looks lovely agains the striking birch bark.

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  6. Super views of this 'elusive' species. Well done Roy.

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  7. Sometimes it sure can be a challenge!! Great shots!

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  8. Very nice Roy :-) Treecreepers are one of those birds where foliage or branches always seem to get in the way but you've managed some super shots here :-)

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    1. Thanks David, only occasionally do you get a chance with these birds.{:))

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  9. Well done on capturing the Treecreeper Roy. They're never easy, always on the move!

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  10. well I think these shots are great. I just wish I could capture the Tree Creeper as good well as you have. Perhaps you may like to look at my blog. I am new to blogging but trying. www.birdingforpleasure.blogspot.com
    Margaret

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