Monday, 25 August 2014

Bullfinch Juveniles

Last year in the Autumn I was able to photograph male and female adult Bullfinch eating Rowan berries from three trees in the parkland at a specific location.

However, as I walked by them this week I did not expect to find any birds on them just yet.
To my surprise there were two juvenile Bullfinch feeding away at the berries and completely undeterred by my presence.








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    1. Dat zijn ze altijd voor voedsel Bas.

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  2. Roy, it's good to see the juveniles getting a first look in on the food. A lovely set of images...[;o)

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  3. The first photo is a real beauty. I would never have recognised them as Bullfinches.

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    1. Thanks John, I had to look them up as well, but the shape of the beaks was a good indicator.

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  4. Love these images of the bird and berries, nice!!!

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  5. Fantastic shots, Roy!
    The Bullfinch is always a must, especially for me since they extremely scarce where I live.
    Congrats!!

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    1. Lovey shots of this young bird, I only get to see Bullfinches in the spring at the park...
      Amanda x

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