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    its eider a duck or waterfowl...........

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      Goldfinch on a wire fence...............

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        Wheatear. One of my favourite migrants, mainly because its the first one to arrive in the spring.
        All EM1Mk2 + 300mm + 1.4TC, all handheld.

        Wheatear, Galloway, April 2018 by DavidMB2006,

        Wheatear, Galloway, April 2018 by DavidMB2006

        P4112585 by DavidMB2006

        Wheatear, Galloway, April 2018 by DavidMB2006
        David

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          Lovely shots of Wheatears in a natural setting David. I haven't seen any yet this year, although a few have been arriving locally in the past few days.

          Ron

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            Super set of photos, pleasure to see............

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              Yes lovely shots of a beautiful bird. Nice painting in that first picture it has real potential to pull out the beauty in the bird and stones.

              I love to see them but usually need to travel.
              Peter (Art Frames)

              You can see some of my things on Flickr

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                A Wren in the woods at Strumpshaw Fen on Monday.

                E-M1 II, 300mm f4 and MC-14.



                Ron

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                  Ron a favourite of mine especially when they turn and start to get annoyed with me....perhaps they don't like me or my pictures? Yours looks quite placid and the serene colours help.
                  Peter (Art Frames)

                  You can see some of my things on Flickr

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                    Chiffchaff



                    Chiffchaff I think



                    Robin.

                    All take on a super day out in Pembroke. There were at Llangloffan Reserve, Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales..........

                    Dull cool day alas.......

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                      I thought it was Geese that goosed

                      P3290035 by electric.mike, on Flickr

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                        Blue-Tailed Bee Eater - Merops philippinus

                        TFL

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                          Spotted Morning Thrush Nairobi

                          Spotted Morning Thrush, Nairobi by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr
                          All the best

                          Phil
                          https://www.flickr.com/gp/gatekeeperphil/44A3Dc

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                            Sand Martins at Burry Port South Wales...............

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                              Excellent shots. #2 for me. Did you pay him to pose?
                              Dave

                              My Flickr

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                                Originally posted by wornish View Post
                                Excellent shots. #2 for me. Did you pay him to pose?
                                Yep, but a different currency.............Standing still beneath their nesting sites....................

                                Thanks...................

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