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A pair of blues
delia todd

A pair of blues (Cyanistes caeruleus)

Oh you are naughty boys!! ;)

OK how's about "hope you like my paridaes".... that'll teach you!!:-O

I just like this picture with the two of them sharing the feeder. I've had two come to my window feeder the last week or so, but can't get a picture of them together!!
Inland loch nature reserve
Balgavies Loch, Forfar, Angus
Date taken
9 November 2014
Scientific name
Cyanistes caeruleus
Equipment used
Olympus SP55O-UZ
That's all I'm seeing at the moment, Delia, Blues and Greats, well done for getting them both in the frame at the same time - they can be annoyingly quick!
Catching just the one isn't easy, Delia; and the focus speed in superzooms often means these have gone before you get a pic
A great feeder shot Delia! well done. Must have been a good year for BTs lots here too :t: tfs.

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