Bird photographs

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Assorted wild and garden birds

See also the page dedicated to wild badgers and other British wildlife.

Birds of prey, captive-bred and used in a birds of prey flight demonstration.

Captive bred owl used in a birds of prey flying display.  Full view of the owl, who was very curious and watching everyone going by intently.  Juvenile falcon used for flight demonstrations for the public.  The young falcons spread their wings to cool from the hot sun.

Garden birds are just as beautiful in their own small way

Young bluetit alights on a branch outside my office window.  Baby bluetit fluffed up after a rain shower.  Baby bluetit fluffed up after a rain shower.  Baby bluetits alighting on a window peanut feeder.  A baby bluetit on a window peanut feeder.  A baby bluetit on a window peanut feeder.  A baby bluetit on a window peanut feeder.  A greater spotted woodpecker has recently found my office window feeder.  The male greater spotted woodpecker requires extreme stillness to capture.
A young robin came to talk and seemed untroubled by my presence.  Blue tit and coal tit at lunchtime.  1/640 @ f3.6 Blue tit on the wall awaiting his turn on the nut feeder.  Nuthatch checking who's watching as she feeds on the nut feeder.  A passing Wren, one of Britain's smallest birds.  Collared dove taken at 300mm with the Rebel.  Wood pigeon taken at 270mm with the Rebel Bluetit on window feeder take with flash, through glass at 300mm.  Bluetit on window feeder take with flash, through glass at 300mm.  Bluetit on window feeder take with flash, through glass at 300mm.  Bluetit on window feeder take with flash, through glass at 300mm.  We were both surprised when he landed on the guttering by my window.  Please click for a larger view.  Please click for a larger view.  Please click for a larger view.  A young great tit finds the window feeder.  Please click for a larger view.  Very young great tit with juvenile colouring.  Please click for a larger view.  Please click for a larger view.  Young greenfinch looking for Mum - noisily!  Please click for a larger view.  Mum's not here yet, so I'll eat something myself till she arrives.  Please click for a larger view.  Nuthatch with juvenile plumage.  Please click for a larger view.  Please click for a larger view.  You think you're having a bad hair day! Please click for a larger view.  Bluetit with juvenile plumage.  Please click for a larger view.  Bluetit with juvenile plumage.  Please click for a larger view.  Nuthatch with juvenile plumage.  Please click for a larger view.  Juvenile bluetit, please click for a larger view.  Juvenile bluetit, please click for a larger view.  Young coaltit, please click for a larger view.  Young coaltit, please click for a larger view.  A rare sighting of a snow bunting that resides with us in winter.

Wild birds taken in the Lake District in the summer of 2004

Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.  Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.  Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.  Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.  Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.  Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.  Taken in the English Lake District in the summer of 2004.  Please click for a larger view.

Miscellaneous

A swan at sunset, exposed for the reflections on the water.  A serene swan as light starts to fail, on Windermere.  A swan at sunset, exposed for the reflections on the water.  A mallard duck on the shore of Ullswater.

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