Tuesday, 9 February 2016

The Residents of Bluebell Wood

Some of the residents of Bluebell Wood, which is situated on the Northern edge of the Parkland I regularly walk. I have featured these many times before, but one has to keep trying.{:))


Nuthatch

Robin

Coal Tit

Blue Tit


















32 comments:

  1. You can never take too many photos Roy, and you have certainly managed to get yet another wonderful set of images here :-) Nuthatches are such photogenic species aren't they.

    Hope you are well and my kindest regards :-)

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  2. Lovely pictures. I love those birds.

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  3. We don't seem to get nuthatch round here, mores the pity!

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  4. Terrific photos. I love the little nuthatch. My neighbour has one in his garden, but I haven't been able to tempt it to my feeders just yet!

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    1. Thanks Wendy, there are normally two that I see in the location where I took these shots.

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  5. een prachtige voor deze mooie vogels.

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  6. Always good to see them, Roy!

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  7. Oh I would like à coal tit !
    Very great portraits Roy.

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  8. Lovely set of images Roy, they're all looking happy and contented down in the woods...does Bluebell Wood live up to it's name?...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, yes it does indeed. The grow mostly on a 45 degree slope amongst trees.

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  9. Roy, what beauties! I especially love the little nuthatch, though. It is one of my favorites!

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  10. Hey Roy... Adorable shot's of little birds in the Bluebell Wood.:)

    Grace

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  11. Wonderful images, with a lovely light!...
    The robin reminded me a nightingale I used to have.
    Great work, Roy!

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  12. Lovely pictures of your birds. I love the Nuthatch, the black line running through its eyes reminds me of the highwaymen:-) Seeing your pictures of the Coal tit made me realise that I have not seen one resently in my garden, they do eventually disappear for the Spring and Summer.

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    1. Thanks Lyn.
      Yes Dick Turpin rides again.{:))

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  13. Great photos of these birds.
    Do you have this taken from one bird hide?
    Displays also jeits because the pictures are beautiful and the many birds very diverse.

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    1. Thanks Helma. No, taken in woodland.

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  14. Adorable little birds! I love the robin and the blue tit.

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    1. Thanks Gunilla. They are very photogenic.

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