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  1. The pygmy cormorant (Microcarbo pygmaeus)

    The pygmy cormorant (Microcarbo pygmaeus)

  2. Little bittern

    Little bittern

  3. Little bittern

    Little bittern

  4. The tufted duck or tufted pochard

    The tufted duck or tufted pochard

    The adult male is all black except for white flanks and a blue-grey bill with gold-yellow eyes, along with a thin crest on the back of its head. It has an obvious head tuft that gives the species its name. The adult female is brown with paler flanks, and is more easily confused with other diving...
  5. The common moorhen (Gallinula chloropus)

    The common moorhen (Gallinula chloropus)

    The moorhen is a distinctive species, with predominantly black and brown plumage, with the exception of a white under-tail, white streaks on the flanks, yellow legs and a red frontal shield. The bill is red with a yellow tip. The young are browner and lack the red shield. The frontal shield of...
  6. Ferruginous duck

    Ferruginous duck

  7. Long-tailed tit

    Long-tailed tit

    This species has been described as a tiny (at only 13–15 cm (5–6 in) in length, including its 7–9 cm (3–3+1⁄2 in) tail), round-bodied tit with a short, stubby bill and a very long, narrow tail. The sexes look the same and young birds undergo a complete moult to adult plumage before the first...
  8. Goldeneye , Bucephala clangula, Zvonec

    Goldeneye , Bucephala clangula, Zvonec

    Adult males ranges from 45–51 cm (18–20 in) and weigh approximately 1,000 g (2.2 lb), while females range from 40–50 cm (16–20 in) and weigh approximately 800 g (1.8 lb).[2] The common goldeneye has a wingspan of 30.3-32.7 in (77-83 cm). The species is named for its golden-yellow eye. Adult...
  9. Ferruginous duck

    Ferruginous duck

    The breeding male is a rich, dark chestnut on the head, breast and flanks with contrasting pure white undertail coverts. In flight the white belly and underwing patch are visible. The females are duller and browner than the males. The male has a yellow eye and the females have a dark eye.[
  10. European greenfinch

    European greenfinch

  11. hawfinch


  12. Eurasian siskin

    Eurasian siskin

    The siskin is a small, short-tailed bird, 11–12.5 centimetres (4.3–4.9 in) in length with a wingspan that ranges from 20 to 23 centimetres (7.9 to 9.1 in). It weighs between 12 and 18 grams (0.42 and 0.63 oz). The bird's appearance shows sexual dimorphism. The male has a greyish green back...
  13. Dlesk, hawfinch (Coccothraustes coccothraustes)

    Dlesk, hawfinch (Coccothraustes coccothraustes)

  14. 6K7A7323 copy.jpg

    6K7A7323 copy.jpg

    The gadwall is 47–58 cm (19–23 in) long with a 78–85 cm (31–33 in) wingspan. The male is slightly larger than the female, weighing on average 990 g (35 oz) against her 850 g (30 oz). The breeding male is patterned grey, with a black rear end, light chestnut wings, and a brilliant white speculum...
  15. bojc08

    Comment by 'bojc08' in media 'European green woodpecker'

    thank you very much!
  16. bojc08

    Comment by 'bojc08' in media 'European green woodpecker'

    thank you very much
  17. European green woodpecker

    European green woodpecker

    The European green woodpecker (Picus viridis) is a large green woodpecker with a bright red crown and a black moustache. Males have a red centre to the moustache stripe which is absent in females.
  18. bojc08

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Brambling In Snow'

    Excellent capture!
  19. Brambling


  20. Yellowhammer


  21. nuthatch


  22. Eurasian siskin

    Eurasian siskin

  23. bojc08

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Eurasian siskin'

    Thanks, my dear friends for viewing & comment!
  24. bojc08

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Greenfinch'

    Thanks, my dear friends for viewing & comment!
  25. Greenfinch