Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Gaz, Oct 9, 2012.
1 is a male
2 is a female
Hoopoe in Portugal
Wonderful photographs - for me one of the many joys of the camper van is contact with nature. When I still had my T4, I would lie on my front in the bed with the back flap open watching the birds in the garden where I was parked - usually with a camera in my hand!
Unfortunately seeing a woodpecker and having a camera in my hand have never coincided!
Gorgeos pictures.... :thumb:
I looked out of the bedroom window this morning and caught this little "Cuty" looking up at me...
Not sure what sort of bird it is....
thats an easy one Mo tis a red rumped peckerwood:thumb:
seem to be a lot around this year nice photos wish mine were as good
How about this seen in Benanmadena...
Another nice pair of tits
a marsh tit and a coal tit together.
until they were driven off by this thieving bugger
aft5er topping up the bait, sorry food table this nuthatch arrived
closely followed by a blue tit
and a great tit
Do please remember to feed the birds this winter it's going to be a tough one for them with very little fruit on the trees.
we,ve got a magpie around our neck of the woods,attacks anything that goes near his food.So here,s what I found in our greenhouse this year.
Lime hawk moths:
That reminds me of just before we moved house the last time, in the garden on the bird table was a woodpecker having a go at the nuts, I got some cracking photos of it and it spent ages there.:thumb:
Problem ... this was an SLR film camera and I didn't know hubby had used the film in it and not put another in ... I only realised when I'd gone past 36 pictures and it kept going .....:shout:
Could be Essex Bird but unusual (Had enough nouse to Migrate)
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