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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 3 January 2014

Jackdaw [Corvus monedula]

You always know there is a Jackdaw about, they make an announcement, loudly.





43 comments:

  1. Great photos!
    Interesting perch!! LOL!
    Love these guys!
    Cheers Bob!

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  2. great shots! sharp-eyed fellow.

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  3. Love these birds, that eye is brilliant.

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  4. Beautiful photos of this Kouw Bob, what's on a nice spot.


    Groetjes Tinie

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  5. Great photos Bob!!!Excellent shots!!!
    Nice bird!!!Have a lovely evening!!
    Dimi...

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  6. That rusty pole realy makes him stand out , great work Bob.

    peter

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    1. Yes, the rusty old post does really it well Peter.

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  7. Great photos! Wishing you a healthy, happy New Year!

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  8. Wonderful shots Bob... love the rust

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  9. Ciekawski jest ten ptak, lubie go. Pozdrawiam.
    Curious is the bird, I like it. Yours.

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  10. It is a cool bird, Bob! Great shots!

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  11. I wonder if they sound like our American Crows...Caw, caw, cawing all of the time and most times for just noise...happy weekend!

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  12. Unas fotos geniales con ese contraste de colores, uyyy, besos

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  13. I have a big weakness for the corvid family. Such intelligent birds. And, I think, beautiful with it. Thank you.

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    1. Yes, I love the corvid family, they are clever birds.

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  14. Beautiful are the bird photos!

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  15. Jackdaw ..same as a crow? Do you have crows too and these are different? I find it hard to identify between crows and ravens. Neat photos Bob

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  16. HI Bob. Great shots. I always think these birds look angry. I think it must be the white eye against the black plumage.

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    1. Yes, the white eyes are incredible aren't they?

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  17. Hi Bob,
    Amazing shots and a lovely contrast from the rusty pole and the black bird.
    Have a nice weekend
    /Ingemar

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  18. as always very good photographed...... compliments Bob.

    Greetings, Joop

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  19. Nou Bob je hebt de kauw wel heel mooi in beeld.

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  20. Good to see it posing. They are entertaining birds.

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  21. Beautiful photos of the Chew.
    Perfect photographed Bob.

    Greetings Irma

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    1. So, they call it the 'Chew' in the Netherlands, cheers Irma.

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  22. Very nice post! Merveilleuses photos!
    Happy New Year too!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Cath.

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  23. Stunning Photos...and a Happy New Year to you :)

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  24. Bob, it LOOKS like a loud bird too! This morning I heard the sound of hornbills close by. I went out to investigate and sure enough, they were perched on a mast making a lot of noise!

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  25. Interesting bird. Looks like a cross between a Crow and Grackle!

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  26. Hola Bob magnifica serie en un posadero muy original.Un fuerte abrazo

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  27. Despite the bright light beautiful pictures become.
    Beautiful as the plumage shining in the sun. Well done!

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  28. Bob, we don't have those here, but the crows are just as noisy! That's a strange place for it to perch!

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  29. Me gusta la última foto en la que has captado la mirada inquisitiva e inteligente de este córvido. Un abrazo,

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