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  1. My first bird 2024

    My first bird 2024

    Back to Munich.
  2. SF..My fighting face...Fieldfare

    SF..My fighting face...Fieldfare

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  5. And the winner is ... (chapter 1)

    And the winner is ... (chapter 1)

    Hi folks. Long time no post. I'm nowhere near caught up with posting my shareworthy shots from last summer's California trip, and Monday I take off for California again. So I'm skipping ahead to recent shots before I take off. This one is resized to share here, so it should show, although the...
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    Another photo of the fieldfare i saw. I love these birds so much
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    This is a pretty nice picture, especially since this is on maximal zoom :) I also think i did a pretty nice job at editing it. Fieldfares are propably my favourite birds I can find in my closest area, i love their colours
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    Fieldfare age & sex, 17 May 2022

    2cy spring based on the pointed (if worn) tail feathers? the photo is against the sun, so I'm not sure if the colour of the tail feathers can be used to confidently determine the sex I've seen a fledgling close to this nest (though on another tree), so what is shown may be feeding, not...
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    Fieldfare's song, 20 Jan, Warsaw, PL

    This morning I saw a singing Fieldfare perched in a tree that had indistinct and limited spotting on the sides of its belly and only a small area of yellowish orange suffusion at the upper breast, under the chin (= 2cy spring as per Blasco Zumeta's pictures?). Its song reminded me of Eurasian...
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  14. Fieldfare field day 3

    Fieldfare field day 3

    Their Norwegian name, literally translated, is Grey Thrush. Here you can see why.
  15. Fieldfare field day 2

    Fieldfare field day 2

    When they stand still looking contemplative, it usually means they're about to poop. I didn't catch that on "film" either, but then I didn't intend to.
  16. Fieldfare field day 1

    Fieldfare field day 1

    Oct 8 the Fieldfares came for the sargent apple berries. I got a whole "roll" of shots, some of them quite good one way or another, but none that showed a bird doing that "bar trick" of tossing back the berry. Oh well. Maybe next year.
  17. Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris)

    Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris)

    Small groups of Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) in the winter countryside of Northern Italy
  18. Fieldfare and hackberry berries (Turdus pilaris)

    Fieldfare and hackberry berries (Turdus pilaris)

    Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris): In winter they try to fill themselves with the few berries left, left by the blackbirds.
  19. Fieldfare and Redwing

    Fieldfare and Redwing

    A small flock had gathered in the garden trees, until I walked out and they moved to the furthest tree so, a long shot.
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    Posing for me.
  22. Fieldfare in flight

    Fieldfare in flight

  23. Daytime nap

    Daytime nap

    No fieldfares were awoken in the making of this picture!
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    In February 2919, looking out of my apartment window, I noticed some Fieldfares picking the rowan berries from a rowan tree at my window, and it even had started snowing. I love this scene. So, I quickly fetched my camera and opened the window completely to create this short video clip of...