Friday, 12 February 2016

Song Thrush

Another sign that the weather is generally mild (apart from last week) and the season is moving on at a pace. It must be something to do with this mild weather that the Song Thrush is already singing from high up in the trees. I found a few on my walk and one was certainly singing away at the top of its voice.










31 comments:

  1. I love to see shots of any thrushes and song thrushes are especially nice.
    Say Roy - are you still having issues going to my blog?

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    1. Not with my new main computer Wilma, but I did have a problem with the iPad. Not tried it lately to see, very strange though.

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    2. That is strange. The other person who was having a problem had it only only her tablet (not iPad) not on her laptop. This gives me enough info to check on blogger help. Thanks!

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  2. Beautiful images of song-thrushes. The bird has a wonderful voice.

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    1. Thanks Anne, yes love to hear it now at this time.

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  3. They aren't a common sight these days, so great shots of a very chirpy looking bird.

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    1. Not so many about now Simon unfortunately.

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  4. An under-rated bird and one which is always love to listen to, you have certainly got some good pics here Mr. Norris :-)

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  5. Hi, Roy!
    Today I'm visiting your blog, with a little more time, and seeing what I've been missing here, in these last weeks...
    Time has flown without me having noticed!
    And as usual, an impressive sequence of lovely images!
    Impossible to pick a favorite... I like them all! :-D
    And before I forget you ... I love the layout of your blog!!!
    Have a great weekend ahead!
    Ana

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  6. Lovely shots, they are singing at the park too, they are much earlier this year.
    Amanda xx

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  7. I have been hearing one here singing now for a few weeks and has visited my garden too, lovely to see and hear this bird. Lovely captures Roy.

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  8. Hello.

    Brilliant works.
    Thank you for your visiting always.

    I wish You all the best.
    Greeting and hug.

    From Japan, ruma ❃

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  9. A lovely singer.
    On my early morning walk with Whisky I count 4 and 1 in the distance, all singing heartily.

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    1. Thats amazing Keith, If I see one I'm fortunate.

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  10. Stunning photos Roy.. we rarely see a Song Thrush these days, yet when I was a child we used to get lots in the garden

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    1. Thanks Julie.
      Yes its a bit of a rarity.

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  11. Here in New England, it has been really mild also. We are having our first cold snap of the winter. Tuesday, it will be raining.

    I'm glad you have your Song Thrush to show us.

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    1. Thanks Steve. The weather and seasons have gone mad.

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  12. I love the little song thrush. Your blog page is looking very beautiful. Love the header photo and the ones on the sidebar also.

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  13. Great that you are already in the picture have put the song thrush.
    The weather is indeed very mild for the time of year.

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    1. Thanks Helma, yes, but we have just had a cold few days now.{:))

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  14. Glorious pictures, Roy. As for the seasons . . .

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  15. Hey Roy...Love the thrush family, with there beautiful songs, and there lovely patterned chest. Will be nice when I hear our thrush come Spring. It has been crazy in the weather department here. Two mornings of 10 below zero, this morning 18 above, with 4 inches of snow and freezing rain, then by afternoon heavy rain,high winds, and at the moment it is 50 degrees. Go figure !!

    Grace
    PS I been wanting to say your header is lovely.

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    1. Thanks GG, sounds pretty cold to me.

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