Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Starling in my garden...









14 comments:

  1. Lovely Starling image,love the second image.
    John.

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  2. Superb Starling, not so common at Marazion any more.

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  3. Thanks John & Sam - I am very fond of Starlings.

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  4. Beautiful shots Angie... I'm a bit surprised when I look at them, because their color pattern is quite different from the one we have here, even the beak is slightly different!!

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  5. Thanks T.
    Thanks Chris. I look forward to seeing one of your Starlings then!

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  6. Apparently you either love or hate them. Me..I'm pleased to see them anytime, especially in their 'spotty' coats. Nice shots Angie. FAB

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  7. Oh my! Starlings are invasive exotics on this side of the pond; I have one friend that refuses to count them on birds counts. I gather they are not pests in your neighborhood. I finally kept them from nesting in the walls of my old house, and I do tend to look at them more than most birders I know. They really are quite lovely, very smart, and very adaptable.

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  8. An often underrated bird I think and a very intelligent one, I believe. Lovely photos showing the plumage beautifully. I think it had its beady eye on you in the last one! :)

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  9. Nice shots Angie they really do look very smart in their winter attire.

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  10. Thanks SS and Monty. They are looking good at the moment Monty. Nice to see them doing so well.

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  11. Lovely shots Angie. They really show off his varied colours.

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