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Monday, 26 January 2009

Bird count

Sorry no photos in this post, but I have linked to my gallery if you want to see them.

So here's my count for the Garden Birdwatch.

Nuthatch x 1
Goldfinch x 6
Long tailed tit x 3
Siskin x 3
Collared Dove x 1 (Partner was up in the tree and never came down)
Chaffinch x 4
Coaltit x 2
Bluetit x 1
Great tit x 2
Blackbird x 3
Robin x 1
Greenfinch x 2

Really need to update some of the pics in my gallery, something to aim for this year.

Mike.

7 comments:

  1. Your garden is as good as the Indian wilderness. I have pay a visit to some forest to shoot most of the birds you mentioned. I must say that You are one lucky guy

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  2. Hi there Mike :-)

    A nice collection of species there! Great to see the nuthatch made it too. Mine was a smaller count than expected (not the best time to do it) but that's the way it seems to go isn't it? All stats help and that's the main thing :-D

    Ah yes... I'm with you on the update of photos. I struggled to find pics for my montage. I also hope to add more to my birdphotos blog this year too.

    You have some fantastic photos here. Oh... I tried your 'neat' programme for a pic in my bird count posting. This was just a first attempt but I can see with time and experience I could get better results :-D

    Have a good week ;-D

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  3. I have taken so many photographs over the past few years that I have to spend hours at a time looking through them on the computer and then cannot see them all. It makes it hard for me to sort out the good from the miserable. LOL

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  4. I really enjoyed your gallery - no surprise since I love your photos. Each one of them is amazing and beautiful.

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  5. I was looking at the Goldfinch photos and wondered about the difference in color in the first two shots. Do they vary that much, or is that just a trick of lighting?

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  6. Thank you for a great site have enjoyed viewing I will be looking in more often

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THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENTS, MIKE.