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Eurasian jay, garrulus glandarius, anting, London, UK.
Habitat
Woodland
Location
London, UK
Date taken
29th July 2010
Scientific name
Garrulus glandarius
Equipment used
Panasonic SD60
Shutter speed, aperture & ISO
25fps Automatic
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Very interesting behaviour! I also like the way it extends the wings to show the blue feathers and its unusually upright posture.
 
Very interesting behaviour! I also like the way it extends the wings to show the blue feathers and its unusually upright posture.
Yes, its eyes also appear slightly pinned. That's usually a sign in birds they're experiencing some sort of emotion, eg excitement, curiosity, happiness, anger, or fear etc. Strange behaviour indeed.
 
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