Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you

Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Bullfinch

One of the highlights for me when visiting Pennington Flash is the almost guaranteed chance of seeing a Bullfinch. On Sunday I managed to see two pairs as they actively fed from one of the hides. They always take my attention, so I'm not going to say too much else about them but leave you to admire them too.




The less colourful female.

Tucking into a real feast.

17 comments:

  1. I just love these beautiful birds, Gorgeous photos...

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  2. I always enjoy seeing these birds. They are some of your most colorful ones over there. Nice bird!

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  3. Lovely captures especially the vivid male colors.

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  4. They are a beautiful pair, well captured

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  5. Spectacular shots of this beautiful bullfinch.

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  6. Wonderful birds! We had a lot of them in our yard when I was little, but now I don't see them that often.

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  7. Great shots. We're lucky enough to have a male visiting our garden at the moment but I've yet to catch it on camera.

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  8. They are both quite charming looking birds.

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  9. Beautiful photos! This is such a lovely bird!

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  10. Super shots Adam. I always think that Bullfinches have such skinny little legs for what appears to be a rather robust bird. Your photos show that feature so well.

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  11. wow .... what great colours they are ... and, I don't care if the little lady is less colourful...she is equally lovely to me ......

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  12. just fabulous, tough-looking little birds!

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  13. Oh, they are both beautiful! What a handsome couple!

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  14. Such pretty colors and markings!!! Your photos show us such beauty.

    Thank you for joining with your link at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend!!!

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  15. a favourite bird in winter times. :)

    mine is here:
    http://nfaubird.blogspot.se/2015/02/magpie-goose-anseranas-semipalmata.html

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