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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Saturday, 30 October 2010

House Sparrows (you can't beat them!)

             Ah, now I know why it's called a House Sparrow, they live close to them.




                                                        House Sparrows
Common Darter, there were a lot of them still about, must be the sunshine.

14 comments:

  1. Nice to see them where they belong!

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  2. Wonderful shots!! I love sparrows, they are a part of our life.

    have a beautiful sunny Sunday,
    isabella

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  3. Yes it is Robert.

    You have a beautiful Sunday Isabella.

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  4. Of these I see a lot every day, but not so close and with so many details. Very good photos, we do enjoy. Good Sunday.

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  5. Hi Bob. Stunning pictures. If you have time please have a look at the magazine my son is editing. Thank you. PULSEmagazine

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  6. It's always great fun to watch them:)

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  7. Yes Leovi, the bird is very common here as well.

    Hi Phivos, I looked them, and a good magazine he edits.

    Great fun it is Joo.

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  8. Lovely photos again Bob. We don't see as many House Sparrows as we used to, a lot of people round here have replaced the wood under the eaves of their houses with plastic so the sparrows can't get into the lofts to nest anymore. A shame as they are such perky little birds.

    The cygnet photos on the last post were really lovely. Also good luck with your Forest of Dean campaign!

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  9. Beautiful pictures.Greetings Andrzej.

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  10. Lovely set Bob, of a lovely little bird.

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  11. Congratulations for your beautiful pictures, Bob!

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  12. Great stuff Bob. So often the common birds are overlooked. Sometimes people just don't see them I think.

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  13. I love sparrows and thes images
    are so beautiful !

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  14. It's funny how the House Sparrow is not as common as it once was in the UK, but in the States, they are everywhere and sometimes considered a nuisance bird.

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