Thursday, 7 November 2013

Reed Bunting

This was one of those days (which has happened before) when I went for a walk and within the first few minutes was able to observe with good sightings and photograph a reasonable image of a bird, on this occasion a Reed Bunting. While the remainder of the walk revealed very little of interest to photograph.

This bird which was one of three, appears to be a male in winter plumage.





24 comments:

  1. H I Roy. Great find and great shots.

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  2. This little poser popped up and saved the day, photo wise, for you then Roy?
    A lovely set of images, especially #3...[;o)

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  3. Roy wat een mooie serie hij zit goed in het licht en lijkt zich helemaal niet aan jou te storen. prachtig.

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  4. very impressive photographs of a lovely bird Roy; nice to go home with something in your camera than nothing

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  5. Great photo, still finding it a little quiet on the birding front on my "patch" head on the ground looking for fungi !
    will have to start looking to the sky....

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    1. Thanks Amanda, yes not much around now.

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  6. Nice shots Roy.
    Strangely enough I saw my first reed Bunting today for a few months.

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  7. Great photos of a cute little bird! I like when something special shows up quickly on a walk because it takes the pressure of photographing things later. Nothing worse than wandering around for hours with nothing but a few tree shots! :)

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  8. Hey Roy....Nice shot's The first one where he is looking rather superior on the tip top of the branch I like!!
    I go for walks only to come home to find more in my back yard!!

    Grace

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  9. Roy, all it takes is one good bird to make my day! This one had a subtle beauty! Looks like it was well worth the walk!

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    1. Thanks Kathie, yes it certainly made the day.

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  10. Great Reed Buntin shots, Roy :)

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  11. He looks like he's ruling the world from the top of the tree.

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    1. Yes its a normal position for this breed Helena, they like to sit at the top of the tree or bush.

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  12. Muy bien vista estas imágenes Saludos

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