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Friday, 6 February 2015
Lynford Arboretum is somewhere I always try to visit when I'm spending time in Norfolk. I usually make it one of my stop offs on the way. Well, it's actually out of my way, but well worth it. In the winter months the trees can hold Crossbills and it's a very reliable site for Hawfinch. I wasn't lucky enough to see any this time, but someone had kindly put out some feed for the birds on some fence posts. The temperatures were still well below freezing so it was nice to be able to close to some of our more common species, such as Blue and Great Tits and Chaffinch.
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That is such a beautiful colorful bird.ReplyDelete
The Blue tits are such a pretty bird and your photos are excellent. The Finch seems to be getting along with the Tit which is not always the case. It was considerate of someone to feed the birds when it's so cold.ReplyDelete
I love this cute and colorful bird, great shots! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful little fellow. I have always wondered what a chaffinch looks like. Your photos are graet.ReplyDelete
so darn cute!!ReplyDelete
Fantastic images of both birds but especially the Blue Tit. Have a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
Spectacular closeups of a spectacular little bird, Adam.ReplyDelete
Fabulous shots of the blue tits! It's one of my favorite birds.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous pictures of the blue tit and chaffinch.ReplyDelete
Have a good Sunday.
Best regards, Irma
Great close-ups of the Blue Tit Adam. You did well to get the Chaffinch and the BlueTit together like that as in my garden they would scrap being so next to each other.ReplyDelete
Incredibly brilliant photos of the Blue Tit....wow. So very impressive; the entire post.ReplyDelete
I'm so happy you decided to share this link for the weekend!! GREAT post.
Great photos! Love the coloring of this bird!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous bird!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous colors this bird, greeting from BelgiumReplyDelete
Lovely birds, beautiful photos.ReplyDelete