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  1. Male siskin

    Male siskin

    I would estimate that 99% of this years´ siskins have already left but some are still here. Year for year the same. Again and again. Usually do they travel in flocks. No idea why some behave differently.
  2. Jay


    Yesterday´s jay alive.
  3. Bully in the afternoon

    Bully in the afternoon

    I found a broken human skeleton leg bone @ my feeding place yesterday. It unintentionally fell from a skip container with excavated material before a burial. Creepy 💀 but simply the reason why excavated material @ cemeteries here is always covered. Today did visitors and me start a rescue...
  4. Jay tunes

    Jay tunes

    in spring.
  5. Male siskin

    Male siskin

    Not many were here and most have already left.
  6. Bullfinch


    With fresh buds in her beak.
  7. Black woodpecker

    Black woodpecker

    One more black pecker. A true rarity here/in Munich..
  8. Sparrowhawk


    The recent sparrowhawk from a different angle of view. Today was dull and grey, almost like in November. Thank god its March and we will soon have green trees with warmer weather. The broken stem is a result of heavy snowfall.
  9. Wren


    From today.
  10. Sparrowhawk


    No waste policy, except some feathers.
  11. Female black woodpecker

    Female black woodpecker

    Very noisy, with a strident "ke-yaa" given when landing or perched and a "krry-krry-krry" call uttered in flight. Found in a range of forest types, especially older mixed forest (eBird).
  12. Croci


    Croci and light.
  13. Lovely surprise

    Lovely surprise

    I missed the goshawk because my camera was still in my backpack when I saw him. It left the area and I decided to have a short birding day and left at 3.30 pm. Not in a hurry did I choose another route back ... and arrived at 5.45 pm. ☺️ Unfortunately, most pics are not sharp. 1/125 and 1/160 is...
  14. European dipper

    European dipper

    I guess someone put the broken wood there.
  15. The power of spring

    The power of spring

    Busy bees, butterflies and the colours of spring want to kick out Mr. Winter.
  16. Spring tunes

    Spring tunes

    Not long until spring.
  17. "Peekaboo!"


    Amusing nuthatch.
  18. Goldcrest


    I am already in the mood for spring arrivals.
  19. Aegithalos caudatus caudatus (Typ CE)

    Aegithalos caudatus caudatus (Typ CE)

    with some dark sprinklings behind the eye.
  20. Long-tailed Tit

    Long-tailed Tit

    White head Typ CE. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schwanzmeise
  21. Goldcrest


    Not long until other species will enrich my gallery.
  22. Meadow pipit

    Meadow pipit

  23. Grey heron

    Grey heron

    Stood in the water to get rid off the nasty crows on the gravel bank.
  24. Posing robin

    Posing robin

    On a broken twig. Still plenty wood debris from the heavy snow and storms.
  25. Male siskin

    Male siskin

    A male showed up today but I did not fell in love with him. Not the feeling of yesterday. 😖😊