Friday, 7 November 2014

A Study of the Blue Tit


The Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus). 
One of our common species which we tend to overlook sometimes, but when you study them closely they are so colourful.













30 comments:

  1. Great set Roy, of a very underrated bird. Great little characters.
    Lovely shots on his 'log' perch; perfect background.

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  2. Yes I love this little bird and these are stunning shots of it. This is usually the first bird I to anyone want to take up bird watching. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thanks Margaret. Yes it certainly attracts people to look at birds.

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  3. Beautiful, and busy(?) little birds. You've captured a lovely set of images Roy...[;o)

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  4. Hello, Roy Norris.

     Expression of great moment.
     Fascinating photographing.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

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  5. Lovely coloring on this little bird. A real beauty and great photos! Thanks Roy! Always a treat to see what you have for us.

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  6. Wish my mobile phone would take shots a tenth as good as this. Badly need a little wi fi compact camera

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  7. Don't know which I love more...the header shot or the Blue Tits! I envy you all the different titmice you have there! I just love these little birds.

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  8. Beautiful pictures of the Blue Tit.
    Were you in a photo or shelter?

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  9. Even upside down she is very beautiful . Congratulations Roy. Very nice photos

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  10. Wonderful little bird - its one of the things I like most about banding / ringing is that you get to see mainly common birds in a whole new light.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Thanks Stewart. We certainly learn a lot about how amazing birds are from that.

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  11. Certainly a wonderful bird to have in your garden. The is a great series.

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  12. I do love these little birds, they are so lively and acrobatic, great images.

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    1. One of our most colourful little birds Kathie and very common.

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  14. I love them! They're adorable little birds.

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  15. I've only seen these small beauties online. I'd love to capture some live shots of them- they're so precious! Great shots, Roy!

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