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corvus monedula

  1. Different characters

    Different characters

    I'm not talking to Jackdaws and Crows at the moment... they're attacking the feeders with all the force they can muster. Kept going up there to find every one of them completely empty and some of them thrown to the ground!! Normally the feed put out was enough for us to visit every 2 or three...
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  3. Isn't it time you moved along?

    Isn't it time you moved along?

    Yes, it was. And it is. I have to get back to some housework now. And then early to bed. Tomorrow is an early morning birding day.
  4. Ol' Blue Eyes

    Ol' Blue Eyes

    But perhaps not so much of a crooner.
  5. Blooming divas

    Blooming divas

    I was so nicely focused on the Jackdaw when who should appear but a Starling, very nearly blocking everything else out of the shot!! Although Jackdaws are around quite a lot, they don't usually visit the feeders, so I was a bit miffed LOL Saturday Fun, TTTW
  6. Jackdaw


    On a barn roof.
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  12. Jackdaw in the pouring rain

    Jackdaw in the pouring rain

  13. I'm bigger than you -

    I'm bigger than you -

    - get away from my patch! I'm glad I managed to catch that bit of action. TTTW
  14. Sentinel


    Rather a distant shot this one, more an attempt to zoom in to see what it was sitting on a rather distant neighbour's roof in the next street. I'd not seen one for a bit, but they seem to be coming back again now, but just the odd one.
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    Jackdaw (Corvus Monedula) catching food.
  18. Getting brave

    Getting brave

    This was the first time I'd seen a Jackdaw on the pole feeder so just had to take his picture. Not seen one there since though LOL TTTW
  19. A touch of white

    A touch of white

    I heard a Nutcracker, but it was too high in the trees for me to get any shots. Meanwhile, this Jackdaw was the only other corvid around. As the Nutcrackers really get cracking, there will be scores of other corvids gleaning leftovers, or even outright stealing cones and seeds, from the...
  20. jackdaw and magpie

    jackdaw and magpie

    peanut time on the balcony leads to a lot of action - magpie taking off with peanut while jackdaw has just arrived (I begin to sing "everybody was kung fu fighting" to myself anytime I come across this photo)
  21. Jackdaw


    This bird I do not see very often here alongside the Western Scheldt seadike, a nice opportunity to show it now on the BF. In the exif I also see the distance to the subject, I did not notice this before, so in the next postings I will state this information too.
  22. They sure get their timings right

    They sure get their timings right

    My local Jackdaws really seem to know when I put the feed out now, as they're ready and waiting and generally the first to come down. Well, that was the case in March, when I took this picture, now the Starlings have finally fledged it's them.... in huge numbers LOL TTTW
  23. Surrounded by food

    Surrounded by food

    I get quite a lot of Jackdaws visiting nowadays, for years it was just an occasional visitor, now there's up to 5 of them. One of them has now found my tray feeder and ends up chucking the seeds all over the place! Yet to catch him on camera doing it though. TTTW
  24. Changing channels (SF)

    Changing channels (SF)

    I don't seem to show you pictures of my Jackdaws very often; they've been a bit nervie, so don't take well to any movement. Got this one walking across the neighbours old television aerial.
  25. Crow Catch 070521 (3)

    Crow Catch 070521 (3)

    Crow (with wonky leg) catching piece of suet.