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Sharp -eyed Nuthatch
christineredgate

Sharp -eyed Nuthatch (Sitta europaea)

the only way to manage a shot of this guy,is when he is suspended in mid air,as it were,he attacks the feeder so hard,the whole set up spins around,but he does pause for a split second,a lucky shot.taken in the grounds of Muncaster Castle
Habitat
woods and trees
Location
Ravenglass,Cumbria
Date taken
15th April-13
Scientific name
Sitta europaea
Equipment used
40D,400F5.6
A terrific shot, Christine, great detail and timing! (Muncaster Castle, there's a blast from the past - we used to spend a lot of time in the lake district)
 
It's a fantastic Nuthatch image, Christine! We all need a little luck sometimes but I imagine there was a lot of skill imvolved too.
 

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