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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Jay (Forest of Dean)



There was no image of a Great Tit, so , you will have to take it or leave it.

17 comments:

  1. Very good picture Bob, i like this birds they have nice colors.

    Greetings, Joop

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  2. Wow Bob, these are excellent. I can never get close to these birds. They always see me coming lol

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  3. They do have the nice colours Joop.

    It is difficult to get; that is why I use my car, which, it makes a brilliant hide Keith.

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  4. I love them Bob! The details in his feathers are amazing!

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  5. I like those blue wing.Very nice

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  6. Great shots, each and everyone. Amazing detail. Are these somekind of a Jay? We get the Blue Jays here in Canada, and the Grey Jays which are called,"Wiskey Jacks". They are all very Beautiful.

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  7. Linda, thank you.

    Yes Leovi, the blue wings are brilliant.

    Hi Suzy, thank you .

    In our country it is the Jay, we are awful at names Dianne.

    Phivos, aren't they colourful.

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  8. Hi Bob,great job with superlative image

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  9. I'll take them, especially the first one:)
    There are many of them pottering around and looking for nuts in my garden - can watch them for hours!

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  10. WOW! What great photos, I haven't seen a Jay for ages and have never managed a photo.

    I loved the Blue Tit and the Nuthatch too. The Nuthatch is another one which I find difficult to get.

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  11. Thanks Costea.

    Yes, you're right Elletra.

    You are so lucky Joo, to have such a lovely garden.

    Oh, I'm sad for you ShySongbird.

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  12. One day, in my garden I found a feather...blue and black like in your photo!
    I can see the bird now!
    Wonderful!
    Thanks!

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  13. WOW, these picture are really excellent! and what a perfect light!! It seams, he like it to pose for your camera!

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  14. Brilliant Jay shots Bob. I found that the car is the best hide for Jay close ups. Keith is right...they are very wary birds.

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