A nice sunny morning in the wilds of Cheshire had me in search of any migrants I could find. The result was a couple of Redstarts and plenty of Willow Warblers. Otherwise, it was many of the usual birds, but a lot busier than normal. There are mates to be found, territories to be safeguarded and nests to be built.
Male Redstart surveying his patch.
A Blue Tit inspecting a prospective nest site.
Nuthatch enjoying the sunshine, upside down, because they can.
Great shots......your patience is rewarded!ReplyDelete
Perfection Adam, I love the first one, superb.ReplyDelete
Enjoying your bird shots so much, Adam. Perfect shots.ReplyDelete
Thanks for dropping by.
Such little beauties! Wonderful photos!ReplyDelete
Beautiful birds and especially beautiful against that bright blue sky.ReplyDelete
Great photographs as always. I love the nuthatch.ReplyDelete
Great shots of the nuthatch and what beautiful blue skies over Cheshire.ReplyDelete
Great series, and it certainly looks like a top-notch place for nest.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-bubble-man.html, and I hope you'll join us again next week.
Upside down because you can is always the best way right?ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos! I love the little blue tit.ReplyDelete
so stunning against that blue skyReplyDelete
I love the Nuthatch, one of my favourite birds and I know they are common to see but I will never tire of seeing a Blue Tit, they are just a beautiful little bird and such character that you have captured so well.ReplyDelete
We get nuthatches and I love seeing them dash down the tree trunks in what seems such an unlikely way.ReplyDelete
Thank you for adding more of your beautiful bird pictures to #AnimalTales
The Mother says - Once again, some stunning photos, especially the Blue Tit - that's my favourite :) #animaltalesReplyDelete
Your birds are wonderful, I love when we are gifted with a rare sighting, as much as the 'regulars!'ReplyDelete