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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Maned Duck or Australian Wood Duck . And the Wild Boar by Callum Bushell on our Guest Photos.

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Saturday, 3 February 2018

Coal Tit - Periparus ater

Photographed at Stone Works, Cannop Ponds, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK.

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.ukThere is a photo of a Jay. And a  Wild Boar by Callum in  the 'Guest photographer.






47 comments:

  1. Such a commmon name for such a lovely bird.

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  2. Gorgeous shots Bob of a stunning little bird.

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  3. Beautiful bird and excellent images as always, Bob.

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  4. Coal Tit is a charming and delightful little bird. I am sure it pleases everyone who has the pleasure of seeing it.

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  5. Hola Bob,fotos magnificas de este Carbonero garrapinos.Un abrazo y feliz fin de semana.

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  6. Lovely little bird. Happy weekend.

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  7. Another great image Bob, .....Bob, 13 Hawfinch in Crown Lane Parkend this morning, under the Yew trees by the Cricket field if your interested.

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    1. It is full of 'birders', can't get anywhere to park. But, I keep on trying Peter.

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  8. Beautiful!
    Hope you are having a great weekend!

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  9. He is cool!!!!
    Nice photos. Not easy to photograph, he is so quick! Well done!
    Best regards,
    Maria

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    1. Your right, they are fast, but, sometimes you can sat still for a moments Maria.

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  10. Bob, excellent shots of this little beauty! They are such cute birds!

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  11. I was struck by how big his feet look. Makes sense, of course. Small bird, same branches. Great pictures.

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  12. OH he is so beautiful. He looks like our black cap chickadees here in the US

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    1. Sorry, but I can't get into your site.

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  13. Hi Bob,
    Great series of images of the Coal Tit, they are so difficult to get a decent image from as they don't stop moving about.
    All the best, John

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  14. Hi John, I caught this one when it was resting, ha ha.

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  15. Hello
    What a beautiful little bird!!!
    Have a nice day!

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  16. Hi Bob! Sorry not to have visited for a while - I've been away in Scotland. Coal Tits seem to have such a delightful character, and I always think of them as the 'smash and grab' artists of the bird feeder world. They dash down, grab a seed, and immediately fly away again to consume it. Your images of this bird are beautiful. Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Hi Richard, I was worried about you, Scotland is wonderful, especially in winter.

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  17. Hello Bob, beautiful captures of your Coal Tit. It is a sweet little bird. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, have a beautiful day.

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  18. Hi Bob.
    Just like to say,thank you for all your comments on how Blog,and that I always look forward too dropping in and looking at your wonderful work.
    Love your Coal Tit,but,your Header is superb.
    John.

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  19. Absolutely beautiful shots of this sweet little bird. As for the blue moon it just means there's a second full moon in the same month. Have a wonderful week!

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  20. Beautiful bird !!
    Gorgeous photos !!
    Have a happy new week !

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  21. Estupendos tiros al carbonero subido en la rama, Bob.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thank you Jesús, yes, sitting on the branch.

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  22. Such a sweet bird. Do you know whether it is the same bird as the one we call a chickadee? they look quite a bit alike and must be closely related if not the same~~

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    1. They are a bit the same as Chickadee Sallie, look at the science name. It is different. But Tits against Titmice?

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  23. Lovely photos of the bird, seems to have very strong claws.

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  24. Beautiful pictures of the black tit.
    Beautifully photographed Bob.
    Greetings Tinie

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  25. Precioso ese carbonero al que has logrado fotografiar con todo lujo de detalles.
    Un abrazo,

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  26. What a beautiful, beautiful bird, Bob, and your photographs are just magnificent!

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  27. I love these photos. Magnificent. Such a beautiful bird. Lovely colours. <3

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  28. Beautiful photos of that cute little bird. So crisp!

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  29. Lovely bird.. Nice shots.. Have a great week Bob..

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  30. Beautiful little bird and great photos.

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