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grey wagtail

  1. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

  2. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

  3. Grey wagtail (Motacilla cinerea)

    Grey wagtail (Motacilla cinerea)

    Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla cinerea) male in spring, May, and the same 20 days later
  4. Grey wagtail

    Grey wagtail

    On a pile of driftwood.
  5. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    On 3 December, I posted a shot of this bird in the same place, on our substation parapet, looking immaculately groomed. A fraction of a second later, it gave itself a good shake, allowing this last one before flying off. Looking at its rear end, is that grey mass poop, on its way to join the...
  6. Grey wagtail

    Grey wagtail

    The embankment rocks are great for birding.
  7. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

  8. Grey wagtail

    Grey wagtail

    My first bike trip this year.
  9. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    On the substation roof. Thank you for your comments, stay well, and good birding! John
  10. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    The third picture of this bird I've posted, I'll wait a while before posting more. Thank you for your comments, stay safe and well, and good birding! John
  11. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    Another shot of Thursday's bird. The white "calling cards" on the substation parapet suggest the bird may have been visiting for some time, perhaps since October. I've only been checking for a few minutes each day. Thank you for your comments, good birding! John
  12. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    The rainwater pool on our substation roof is now more extensive, and when I checked yesterday, this much hoped-for visitor was feeding there. Thank you for your comments, and good birding! John
  13. Grey Wagtail, close up (Motacilla cinerea)

    Grey Wagtail, close up (Motacilla cinerea)

    Grey Wagtail (Motacilla cinerea): close-ups of a solitary subject in the dead of winter
  14. Grey wagtail

    Grey wagtail

  15. Grey wagtail

    Grey wagtail

    also know as BB, LOL. i hope next time it comes its less nervous and allow for better shots. hope you like it.
  16. Grey Wagtail - Now who's nagging

    Grey Wagtail - Now who's nagging

    I watched and photographed this pair for quite some time without realising there was an obvious male / female thing
  17. Ruffled ...

    Ruffled ...

    The feathers are ruffled ... ... she looks annoyed but honestly ... I am not the one to be blamed ... ___________ Grey Wagtail Keoladeo National Par Bharatpur : India
  18. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    On the roof of our substation last year. So far this autumn, there hasn't been enough rain for a pool to form. Thank you for your comments, stay safe and well. John
  19. Grey Wagtail.jpg

    Grey Wagtail.jpg

  20. Nothing to see here, folks!

    Nothing to see here, folks!

    After scanning the sea for a while (lots of seabirds out there, but none close enough for photos) we walked through a small park (Mute Swan nesting, so can't post photos of that) and then southwards along a coastal trail to a pair of hides overlooking a tidal marsh. This Grey Wagtail seems to...
  21. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

  22. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail
  23. Grey wagtail

    Grey wagtail

  24. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    Another shot of yesterday's bird. It looks a bit odd taken from this angle, thirty feet above ground level. Thank you for your comments, stay safe and well. John
  25. Grey Wagtail

    Grey Wagtail

    Taken yesterday, the second wagtail beside the roadway outside my flat in less than a week. The last one was a Pied: this Grey announced its arrival with a piercing call as I was in my armchair editing bird pics on the laptop. Thank you for your comments, stay safe and well. John
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