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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

small birds

  1. Carolina wren

    Carolina wren

    A Carolina wren preening in a brush pile in my yard.
  2. Kiwi plant and small birdlife (Coronavirus time)

    Kiwi plant and small birdlife (Coronavirus time)

    Birdwatching in the time of the Coronavirus: Leaving kiwis on the tree helps many small birds, even in late spring
  3. Carolina wren

    Carolina wren

    This is my other self-appointed assistant. I got more shots of these curious guys on the camera then I did in front of it.
  4. Kingfisher

    Kingfisher

  5. Reed Bunting

    Reed Bunting

    A wonderful male reed bunting in mid moult. Taken at a local nature spot in Bury, Lancashire.
  6. Dull female

    Dull female

    This is "Blue-fronted Redstart" female, a species in the family Muscicapidae, the Old World flycatchers. Its range includes the northern regions of the Indian Subcontinent and parts of Southeast Asia. It is found in India, Bhutan, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam. Its...
  7. Sunbird

    Sunbird

    This is a male purple sunbird. Like other sunbirds they feed mainly on nectar, although they will also take insects, especially when feeding young. They have a fast and direct flight and can take nectar by hovering like a hummingbird but often perch at the base of flowers. The males appear all...
  8. Self cleaning

    Self cleaning

    This is a common green bee-eater I noticed at Mondamoni sea-side, West Bengal. It was cleaning itself and sun-bathing after a little shower.
  9. "I've got your six!"

    "I've got your six!"

    Haven't a clue as to what type of birds these are - but they were fun to watch and photo! Thus anyone who can help this old man out would be greatly appreciated!
  10. Yellow white-eye

    Yellow white-eye

    It seems this is the first picture of this tiny bird in BirdForum! Perhaps because to take a decent picture is difficult due to the birds' habit to hide inside the imbroglio of branches and twigs. This time of European elder, looked for by various small birds feeding on its fruits.
  11. ruby crowned kinglet

    ruby crowned kinglet

  12. Bluetit

    Bluetit

    One from todays garden session.
  13. Long-tailed Tit

    Long-tailed Tit

    Another LTT, it must be my lucky week, and what a poser.
  14. Waxwing I think

    Waxwing I think

    Taken in Wisconsin last year
  15. Asian fairy bluebird..male

    Asian fairy bluebird..male

    My guess is that is was taken in south east asia somewhere, but I could be wrong.Would love to know the name of it.
  16. Noisy minor

    Noisy minor

    The light was just perfect today.Even though they are a common bird I love them.
  17. Wattlebird

    Wattlebird

    Had fun watching these flying from flower to flower.
  18. Male superb fairy wren

    Male superb fairy wren

    Now I hope I got this one right.
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