Friday, 9 December 2016

Coal and Blue

Coal Tits and Blue Tits are two resident species that can be seen anywhere especially if food is served up on bird tables.

Coat Tit

Blue Tit
























18 comments:

  1. Pidän paljon näistä linnuista. Tiaiset ovat nopeita lintuja kuvata.Terveisiä.

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  2. This is a fabulous series of images of small birds and I love seeing them coming into the feeders in my garden

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  3. Lovely tits, Roy!!
    And great photos!
    The Coal tit is one I get to see and photograph very rarely!
    Keep weel and enjoy your weekend

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  4. Very very cute Roy, good pictures.
    I like it !

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  5. The Coal Tit looks so similar to our Chickadee.

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    1. We have a Marsh Tit and a Willow Tit that looks remarkably like a Chickadee as well FG.

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  6. Hey Roy... Adorable little guys, nice shoots of them. Our Chickadee and the Coal looks so much alike.

    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG, yes and we have a Marsh Tit and a Willow Tit that looks remarkably like a Chickadee.

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  7. Me ha hecho mucha gracia esta entrada, Roy, cuando el traductor en español dice "teta" es muy divertido leer los comentarios. Fuerte abrazo desde Asturias.

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    1. Gracias Belen, lo siento por el traductor. {:))
      Saludos.

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  8. Blue tits, Great tits and Coal tits visit my bird table every day during the winter months! Having a garden with hedges and trees helps to attract these birds, my mother does not get them because her garden is an open garden without hedge or trees.

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    1. If its too open Lyn, the Sparrowhawk comes to visit.

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  9. Gorgeous photos of this tit.
    Especially the black tit I find really beautiful!
    Wonderful series!

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