There has been a real abundance of Goldcrests this winter. Catching a glimpse of one as it flits in and around the trees or bushes is quite often as good as it gets. You have more chance of hearing one with it's constant high pitched call always getting my attention in the bushes or conifers.
This guy stayed still long enough.
I am linking to Nature Thursday, hosted by Jutta. Nature Thursday
He's adorable. I've never seen one before!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/02/abstractions.html
What a cute bird. And amazing photos.ReplyDelete
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Wonderful Adam... my bird for this week also.ReplyDelete
Really nice, detailed photos. Such a cute little bird!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful bird and such great photosReplyDelete
A beautiful little thing :)ReplyDelete
well i can see for sure where it got it's name fromReplyDelete
He's wonderful! Great shots!ReplyDelete
What a cute little bird... Glad you caught some photos .. MichelleReplyDelete
i like your nice and impressive photos of birds.
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I saw my first goldcrest in years and years just a few months ago (no camera to hand though) and I did look on your blog to see if you had any photos I could borrow. Now you do! Many thanks for adding the UK and France's smallest bird to #AnimalTales.ReplyDelete
many thanks for the link to my challenge " Natur-Donnerstag "
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Have a nice weekend
Such a cute bird!ReplyDelete