Sunday, 2 October 2016

Autumn Birds

We are at that time of year at the moment when if you are out looking for birds to photograph there is much less choice. 
The Summer migrants have left for warmer climes, but you may be fortunate to see the odd late leaver, especially in the South of England. Our Winter visitors like the Winter thrushes etc have not yet arrived.
So we fall back on some of our resident species just to keep our hand of course. 
After all, we do have some rather nice looking species to choose from.
Here are a few I took some shots of in recent days.

Great Tit






Marsh Tit






Blue Tit






Coal Tit









14 comments:

  1. Encantador, como siempre. Fuerte abrazo, amigo.

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  2. All the tits are great any time of year! Such fabulous little birds.

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  3. Voi, olet nähnyt viitatiaisen! Se on täällä harvinainen lintu.

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  4. A beautifully photographed series on the Tits Roy

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  5. Lovely photos of these members of the tit 'family'. Local birdwatchers have spotted the first redwings, but I haven't seen any yet.

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    1. Thanks Wendy. No I haven't seen any yet.

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  6. Very nice all these tits.
    The coal tit is really super nice.
    Someday, I hope to be able to photograph

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