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common blackbird

  1. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

    This is the bird which joined my recent Grey Wagtail on the substation roof. It still hasn't acquired full juvenile plumage on the head (unless it has mites or something like that. I did post a question about that in the Birds and Birding forum, with two photos, but no-one replied so I guess the...
  2. Blackbird

    Blackbird

    A very friendly female blackbird that let me get really close. Quite a heavy crop to see the feather details.
  3. juvenile blackbird

    juvenile blackbird

  4. blackbird (juvenile)

    blackbird (juvenile)

  5. blackbird

    blackbird

    come and sing a simple song of freedom take care of you all!
  6. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  7. blackbird (1st year male)

    blackbird (1st year male)

  8. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  9. Bathing Beauty SF

    Bathing Beauty SF

    Looking at this for too long makes me feel slightly ill, but it'll do for SF... Thank you for your kind comments on my pictures, and good birding! John
  10. Common (Eurasian) Blackbird

    Common (Eurasian) Blackbird

    Thank you for your kind comments on my pictures, and good birding! John
  11. blackbird

    blackbird

  12. Common blackbird looking for food

    Common blackbird looking for food

    Common blackbird looking for food
  13. Common (Eurasian) Blackbird

    Common (Eurasian) Blackbird

    Male bird. Thank you for your kind comments on my pictures, and good birding! John
  14. Still geographically confused

    Still geographically confused

    And European Blackbirds???? And both House and Tree Sparrows???? The first birds I saw were all introduced species brought there by homesick settlers, now thriving since the settlers also reshaped much of the landscape from native scrub to lawns, heavily grazed meadows, monoculture grain fields...
  15. Blackbird before sunset

    Blackbird before sunset

    Heavy crop of a fairly distant bird. Thanks to all for their good wishes yesterday, much appreciated (thought I might be away from BF for a few weeks again, but it turned out I'm more or less OK). Thank you for your kind comments on my pictures, and good birding! John
  16. Common blackbird

    Common blackbird

  17. Common blackbird

    Common blackbird

  18. Common blackbird

    Common blackbird

  19. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  20. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  21. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  22. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  23. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  24. Common Blackbird

    Common Blackbird

  25. Male Blackbird

    Male Blackbird

    Just outside my old address veranda, I wish I had the same arrangement here now!!
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