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  1. A sunning magpie

    A sunning magpie

    A rare instance when a magpie did not fly away
  2. The hidden songster

    The hidden songster

    Took a while to spot this robin singing in the the trees.
  3. Warming in the afternoon sun

    Warming in the afternoon sun

    Todays photos are all of birds warming up on a nice bright day. Rare to have such a clear day in Scotland.
  4. Winter plumage

    Winter plumage

    I love these starlings with bright spots.
  5. Upside down

    Upside down

    The acrobatics some birds do for a tasty morsel.
  6. Hopping in hope

    Hopping in hope

    The reed bunting was on the snow hoping that the goldfinches were messy eaters. And if one can be sure of anything, it is that goldfinches have the worst table manners. Their leftovers feed all the pigeons, chaffinches and now the reed bunting as well.
  7. A rare visitor

    A rare visitor

    This is one of two rare visitors in the garden today. The first was a blackcap, which was in and out before I could get my camera. Apparently there are resident blackcaps even at this time in Scotland. Something to look out for. Then this beauty popped by. He was happy to stick around. I have...
  8. After a snow shower

    After a snow shower

    Time to get warm. Nice to have periods of sunlight after the snow shower. It was nice to see them hop in and out of the bush. They seemed to be using the accumulation of snow to keep away from the wind.
  9. Sparrow in the snow

    Sparrow in the snow

    It has been very snowy today. The birds have been flocking to the feeder all day.
  10. One from the side

    One from the side

    Why do birds mostly sit with branches in between us and them?
  11. One from the back

    One from the back

    This year we have had some redwings flitting about. They were kind enough to sit still when I opened the window.