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Saturday, 29 March 2008

Last Years Young

Spring will soon be here, so I thought I would show some of the young from last year to get us all ready.

Hopefully we will have more of the same this year and many more.


Think I saved the best till last.

Hope you liked them.

10 comments:

  1. Can't hardly wait to see the youngins this year.

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  2. I just discovering your blog and I'm happy because your photos are wonderful...
    My interests are also, nature, animals and lots of others things...and always it's nice to meet somebody with the same passion..
    I like specially the ruffled tit, it's funny!

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  3. They are all wonderful photo captures and I love the red on the woodpecker's head. Spring is such a wonderful season with all its magic of new beginnings.

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  4. What great shots! I love that fat fluffed up little one. I'm sure this year's will be just as cute. Hope for lots of pics. I'm a sucker for baby birds anytime.

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  5. Oh, they are so sweet, Mike!! Especially the third one. They are excellent shots, love em!

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  6. These are wonderful! I love seeing all the young ones, and your birds are so pretty.

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  7. It's making me excited at the prospect of seeing the fledglings again this year. Beautiful pictures (why can't I do that?). Thanks for showing them to us! Jane

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  8. Hi Jane, Im sure you could, hanging out of my window like a lunatic with a 500mm lense usually works quite well and being within around 3-4 mtrs. Thanks for stopping by, loving your blog at the mo.

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  9. HI MIKE. WE ARE IN MISSOURI AND IN TWO TALL TREES ARE WHITE HEADED BIRDS, SIZE OF A HAWK, ALMOST SAME CALL BUT HIGHER. THEY HAVE BEEN HERE FOR 3 YEARS AND ON ONE STREET THEY HOVER 6 ABOVE. WHAT THE HECK ARE THEY??? WHITE HEAD AND CHEST. I ADORE YOUR PHOTOS SO MUCH. THANK YOU FOR LOVING OUR CREATURES! SUSIE DROZDA

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THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENTS, MIKE.