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elefromoz

Looking forward to seeing your London offerings, there's so much lovely green space there Im sure you'll fine plenty when you can spread your wings a bit.

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10. Common Wood Pigeon, London, Jan

 

I haven't had much time to post lately but I've finally got a window so I thought I would get through a few of the classics. These guys are a staple in London.

 

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11.  Rose-ringed Parakeet, London, Feb

 

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12. Common Blackbird, London, Jan

 

Frustratingly, our garden floods after heavy periods of rain, the only upside is that it creates a natural bath for the birds

 

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13. Mistle Thrush, London, Jan

 

Alongside, the Redwings and Blackbird we get two other members of the Turdus family. The Mistle Thrush is by far the least common. 

 

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14. Song Thrush, London, Jan

 

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15. Green Woodpecker, London, Feb

 

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16. Dunnock, London, Jan

 

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Always great to get a Green Woodpecker!

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I can see clearly see the difference in your Mistle Thrush and Song Thrush, why is it other times so difficult? What a cooperative Green Woodpecker. Hopefully the sun will shine soon and dry up the flooded garden. 

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With the country slowly opening up, I've been able to get out and about a bit - with trips to see family mixed with some bird watching.

 

17. Common Skylark, Shropshire, April

 

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18.  Common Chiffchaff, Shropshire, April

 

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19. Stock Dove, London, April

 

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20. Common Chaffinch, Shropshire, April

 

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21. Common Pheasant, Shropshire, April

 

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22. Little Ringed Plover, Shropshire, April

 

I haven't seen one of these guys so clearly in a long time

 

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23. Black-headed Gull, Osea Island, May

 

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24. Brent Goose, Osea Island, May

 

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25. Common Moorhen, Rainham Marshes, May

 

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26. Common Whitethroat, Rainham Marshes, May

 

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27. Common Redshank, Rainham Marshes, May

 

Pair of mating Redshanks

 

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28. Northern Lapwing, Shropshire, May

 

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29. Goosander, Shropshire, May

 

By no means a rare bird but at least for me this is first one that I've seen in last 4 years

 

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30. House Sparrow, Rainham Marshes, May

 

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Well that's the end of the better photos, now it's down to the rest...

 

31. Common Stonechat, Shropshire, April

 

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32. Red Kite, Shropshire, April

 

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