Thursday, 24 March 2016

Long-tailed Tit - Common Species Series

Everyones favourite little bird the Long-tailed Tit. 
Apart from when breeding, this species congregate in small flocks including several families and are very active moving through trees and low bushes looking for food. 













22 comments:

  1. I find these birds usually very difficulttophotogaphs so these shots are great. This is my favourite Tit, even through it is not really a Tit! Must be Irish!!

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  2. They have those baby-faced features that elicit caring instincts in humans. Short nose (beak), flat face, high forehead, prominent eyes. And the long tail is a bonus. ;-) Great images of a super little bird!

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  3. They are so wonderful. We here are a bit lighter version of the birds.

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    1. Thanks Anne, yes they do vary in colours.

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  4. Bonsoir Roy
    Quelle chance tu as de pouvoir la photographier, elle bouge tout le temps ....
    Bises et bonne soirée

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  5. Lovely birds. I don't see enough of them, though!

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  6. very nice shot .. the images are sharp like one looks at ..
    greetings Frank

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  7. Hey Roy.. I think these little birds have to be most adorable, and I never get tired of seeing them posted. Always make me smile.
    Love the photos.

    Grace

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  8. I wonder why...
    My God! What a cute little bird!!! :-))
    My favourite, too!!!! :-D
    Lovely captures, Roy!
    Have a nice weekend ahead! And a Happy Easter, to you and your family!
    All the best!
    Ana

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  9. Śliczny jest ten ptaszek. Na każdym zdjęciu ma taką słodką minkę. Pięknie pokazane.

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  10. Always lovely to see these birds, you can often hear them before you see them. Lovely captures :-)

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    1. Thanks Lyn, yes they usually come along in a group so you may get a chance at getting a shot at one of them.{:))

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  11. Great shots! I love these cute flying snowballs. :-)

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    1. They are lovely little things Gunilla.

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