Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Starling in the garden



Chaffinch in the garden



Dunnock in the garden



Little Egret on the Camel Trail



Hybrid/Escapee/? Bar Headed Goose at Par




8 comments:

  1. Hi Angie,
    Wow you do have nice birds in your garden. I have been trying to attract some in our garden too but I guess it is difficult to do that in Iceland. Only the bunting are visiting the garden in winter! I love the starling shot, it is beautiful. I do not know really if the bar-headed goose is an hybrid, cause you do not show the whole animal. I guess it is an escapee. I saw some of them in Paris in April and they were all escaped from a zoo!

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  2. Thanks Chris. Everyone here thinks it's an escapee. Its lovely and very tame, which is probably not a good thing really. Good luck with the garden birds.

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  3. Hi Angie. Just caught up with your recent posts.
    Sorry to hear that the cold weather is creeping up on you. Love the 'spotty' Starling & had a good laugh at the 'Bumble & chat' post. Stay well & hopefully warm. FAB.

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  4. Nice garden shots sweetheart. I agree about the Goose...but he/she is a splendid example.

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  5. Hello Frank. Thank you for your kind comment. I'm more fortunate than the birds on these cold nights, so I can't really complain can I? Best wishes.
    Thanks Trev.
    Hi Keith. Thank you.
    Take care all, Angie

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  6. About time I visited here Angie.
    Some lovely visitors to the garden. the numbers are gradually increasing here now also.
    Good close shot of the Little Egret and Bar Headed Goose.

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  7. Lovely photos of your garden visitors Angie and I loved the Little Egret, I have never seen one.

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