Great shots Bob. These are pretty nippy at times, well done. They're not easy to catch.
Great picture Bob.... nice colors.with which lens you have these recordingsGreetings, Joop
Beautiful sequence with food in your mouth, sharp and beautiful these pictures. A greeting.
Perfect!This kind of images are very hard to take, I know!Wonderful!Please have a great week!Best regards from a short trip in Austria!
Your right Keith, I took about 50 photos and this was the results.I use the Canon 300mm 1:2.8 l is usm Joop.The food keeps their beaks open Leovi.
Thanks Wind, and you have a nice week.
Lovely photographs Bob. Have to agree with Keith...lively little blighters.
So that's where our nuthatches have been hiding out! We haven't seen any since early last spring. I'll bet their little wings are tired after crossing the pond.
Gorgeous shots Bob!The Nuthatches here have been taunting me lately...one of these days...
The questions is, is it going to swallow the entire peanut ? Good shots..
I love these little upside-down characters. Great post and photos.
These are beautiful birds, aggresive to the others but grand things.
Yes, I tend to believe him as well Trevor.They have been hiding in the forest Chip.Dave, they are pretty hard to find, expect when it gets cold!Good question Wong.Yes Bill, the upside-down shots are fantastic.Aggressive they are, but not as well as the Coal Tit Adrian.
Wow, Bob, you are a master!
Hi Joo, thanks. But, I don't think so.
Wow I'm terribly jealous... These are perfect shots Bob...
Nuthatches are my wife's favourite birds Bob. Now you are her hero not me!!