The Wayfarer (mnfaure) wrote,
The Wayfarer
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New Year's Day visitors of the feathered kind

Sadly, my super macro lens is having technical difficulties, which prevented me from getting good photos of our feathered visitors.  I had to content myself with photographing the birds through the kitchen window and front door window, respectively, zoomed in to the max.

Rougegorge (English Robin) :


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Mésange Charbonnière (Great Tit) :


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Mésange bleue (Eurasian blue tit) :

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Sitelle Torchepot (Eurasian nuthatch or wood nuthatch) :

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We usually have skads of tits at this time of the year, but so far they are rare and sparrows are our most common visitors to the birdfeeders. :-/

Tags: critters, glimpses: france, life in france
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