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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 14 April 2011

Mistle Thrush (Forest of Dean)

It was another grey sky, so not to bother myself, I jumped in my secret box = archives.
The Mistle Thrush fits in the undergrowth, its hard to see them most of the time.




20 comments:

  1. Very Smart Mistle Thrush images like the woodland background.

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  2. Oh, those are great shots! 2nd time I've seen this bird ever - and both on blogs today!

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  3. Well done bob, a difficult species to get near. What else is in your secret box ? :-)

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  4. I love the unusual spotting on it's chest.

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  5. Those beautiful spots.. just like confetti.

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  6. You excel again. These are great shots of a rare bird. Get a book out.

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  7. Great captures! I really like them!

    Have a nice day! :-)

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  8. Muy bueno. Estas fotos transmiten emoción. Y se trata de un animal muy bello. Buen trabajo ! Best regards from Barcelona.

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  9. Great images, must be hard to get those in such low light! You managed it nicelly ;)

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  10. Bob nice collection. I love digging into my archives too, just sometimes its too big to dig, lol. Hope all is well. Anna :)

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  11. Oh Splendid Bob, these Mistle Thrush images! Hard to get. They look so very much like our Wood Thrush and ours have then same behavior ways about them~

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  12. She (?) looks so fragile

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  13. You really do have some wonderful treasures in that box Bob ;) Lovely captures of a bird I never seem to find!

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  14. Beautiful on the tree and on the ground, thanks Bob !

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  15. Very nice photos.Greetings Andrzej.

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  16. Nice Mistle Thrush Bob. I like their old fashioned name of Storm Cock.

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  17. Great pics Bob, looks like you did some great fieldcraft to get those.

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