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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Red-legged Partridge. And the Smew by David Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Sunday, 27 April 2014

Magpie [Pica pica]










46 comments:

  1. beautiful bird... he looks like he's deep in concentration... hope all is well. have a great day~

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  2. Beautiful photos of, we call him: ekster

    Gr. Tinie .

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  3. Nice shots of the magpie!

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  4. Love the Magpie! Great shots Bob!

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  5. Your pictures are always beautiful !
    Have a nice Sunday !

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  6. Good one Bob but I think my Jackdaw has the edge. I didn't have white bits to deal with.

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  7. Sugh great photo's Bob. I have one in my garden it's waiting every day for bread. It's amazing to see how intelligent this birds is. When the bread is to dry he smashes the bread into the water fly away with it and hide it in the hedge of my neighbourgh. And later he knows exactly where he hide the bread.
    Have a wonderful sunday Bob.

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  8. Beautiful shots of the Magpie. I have always like their striking black and white coloring.

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  9. Beautiful photos of the Magpie.
    Very well done, Bob.
    Greetings Irma

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  10. I like magpies very much. We have some "families" around and they are really interesting to watch!

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  11. Lovely girl, she has a nice little face !
    Nice Sunday Bob !

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  12. Dag Bob ,

    Wat maak jij toch veel mooie Vogelfoto's telkens weer zie ik dat je er weer een pracht hebt neer gezet ,
    Bedankt voor je show toppppppp !
    gr,
    Annie

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  13. Buena música ameniza a esta Urraca.

    Saludos.

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  14. A tricky bird to photograph, my attempts normally going into the bin. You have not done too bad hear Bob.

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  15. I've not seen a Magpie except here!

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  16. Bob, Great portrait of the Magpie! I think they are sharp birds with their well defined colours. We don't get them here, but there are quite common if you go east onto the prairies!

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  17. Hola Bob,magnificas imagenes de este bello corvido.Un abrazo

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  18. Beautiful bird with a social and funny behaviour. I like them!

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  19. Your magpies are so different to our magpies - one of my favourite birds. Intelligent, cheeky chappies. Thank you for a glimpse of their cousins. A gorgeous glimpse.

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    1. They are a bit different, but there is just a family, all called Magpie!

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  20. Super shots ....not easy with the black and white of the bird. Have a good week


    peter

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    1. It's black and white is hard to mix, but with sun facing behind you, it's alright Peter.

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  21. each morning I see two magpies ! one is black and white and the other white only !
    they are always together !
    beautiful images Bob

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  22. Goog evening!!!
    Thank you for your appreciation of the kite black wings. This is a beautiful bird, yes, and I was very lucky to see him last weekend.
    This Magpie is very friendly.
    Good night and good week, Bob!

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  23. Elegant jester! Same tailor as Cher puffin :-)

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  24. Great shots of the magpies Bob!!So many of them in my area!
    Thank you for Mike Oldfield - (Moonlight shadow )!Its my favorite song!
    Dimi...

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    1. Any time for Mike, I've got loads Dimi.

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  25. These magpies are very striking birds. Great photos Bob!

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  26. Any black and white birds in Australia tend to be called Magpies - but I still think this is the real one!

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  27. We don't have magpies here but I saw them in Australia. A enjoy your shots so much every morning.

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  28. It is beautiful, great pictures.

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