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  1. Yellowhammer


  2. Nuthatch


  3. Willow tit

    Willow tit

  4. Little did I know...

    Little did I know...

    When I showed you that picture of the Siskin a while ago I never dreamed that he'd be back... and back with a partner. They came in daily for weeks and are still around, so I guess you'll be seeing a few more pictures yet. I'm presuming they've a nest somewhere nearby so maybe... maybe...
  5. Yellowhammer


  6. Male bullfinch

    Male bullfinch

  7. Coal tit

    Coal tit

  8. White wagtail

    White wagtail

  9. Male Eurasian siskin

    Male Eurasian siskin

  10. A rare garden visit

    A rare garden visit

    A couple of days before this I thought I'd caught a glimpse of one, but the view was so brief I wasn't sure, with my eyes still recovering from the op and new specs on order. Siskins have been a very occasional autumn visitor up till now when this female and another dropped in, the first I'd...
  11. Male Eurasian siskin

    Male Eurasian siskin

  12. Brambling


  13. Blue tit

    Blue tit

    Wind hairstyle
  14. Red squirrel

    Red squirrel

  15. Brambling


  16. Brambling


  17. Male Eurasian siskin

    Male Eurasian siskin

  18. Great spotted woodpecker

    Great spotted woodpecker

  19. Snow fun 2 (SF)

    Snow fun 2 (SF)

    The shot immediately before this, the Blackbird had buried his head completely in the snow and this was the result when he lifted. Of course I didn't notice at the time of shooting, it was only when I was looking through the folder later. Hope it amuses you as much as it did me when I first...
  20. Jackdaws


    Jackdaws helping themselves to the feeding station.
  21. Returnee


    I'd not seen a Collared Dove in the garden for some weeks, until I spotted this guy in the neighbour's tree. Obviously the cold spell brought him back. TTTW
  22. VTOL (SF)

    VTOL (SF)

    I guess you've heard of Vertical Take Off and Landing... well this is the vertical take off bit. Just as I pressed the shutter of course. The black outline is my window frame. TTTW
  23. greater spotted woodpecker-3422.jpg

    greater spotted woodpecker-3422.jpg

    Taken through double glazing by feeder
  24. greater spotted woodpecker-3419.jpg

    greater spotted woodpecker-3419.jpg

    Taken through double glazing, viewing the feeder.
  25. Relaxing


    ... and all fluffed up against the cold. For it was very cold in mid-February. The snow which had fallen a few days before was now solid and sticking hard to the shed roof behind this tree. TTTW