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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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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

The Dunnock on the prowl.











46 comments:

  1. A very appropriate title for your images of the Dunnock in the search for a food source....Great stuff Bob.

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  2. It's a real beautiful bird. I have them too in my garden. What a treasure's these photo's are!!!!!
    Have a wonderful day.

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  3. Really wonderful this little bird between the rocks. Amazing !
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  4. MERCI BOB j'adore et je suis fan de tes photos il est très beau cet oiseau bisous

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  5. Perfect picture of Dunnock, Bob.
    The first and second are my favorite.
    Well done !!
    Best regards,
    Irma

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    1. Cheers Irma and thanks for your comments, really good.

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  6. Oh sweet sweet sweet little Dunnock ("Moineau" for us in french). Your photos are allways wonderful Bob.
    Nice afternoon !

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  7. Hello Bob,
    Amazing shots!!
    Great to see the wonderful light on this beautiful bird. You can do this so well!!

    Best regards,
    Marco

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  8. How far away are you from the bird?

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    1. Two or three metres, but 500mm lens, cheers Susie.

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  9. so very pretty! his eye looks intelligent and focused!

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  10. Am I right that the food source is you. I'll have to find an old log and be patient enough.
    Great shots as always.

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    1. No, it wasn't me, though someone else had done Adrian.

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  11. Muy interesantes imágenes. Un abrazo,

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  12. Looks like a Mockingbird. What a cutie

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  13. Pretty series of your Dunnock on the prowl!

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  14. what a close up, great capture Bob ! give me your lens !!! ;-(

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  15. Cosa c'è in quel tronco che interessa molto a questo bel pennuto? ; ) stupende foto! ciao Cri

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  16. Wow. Again. Another beautiful bird. Thank you. Again.

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  17. he has found the right place for a lunch ! beautiful shots Bob

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  18. I do not really like the name of this bird, but the bird, of course, yes. :)

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  19. Wonderful captures of the Dunnock in bright sunlight, which shows of his lovely brown eyes. Looks like he did find something to eat.

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  20. Great views of a bird I've only seen briefly - in New Zealand!

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  21. Fantastische Bilder, ich sehe sie mir immer wieder an.
    Gruß, Anette

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  22. Hola Bob,bonitas brazo curiosas imagenes de este Acentor.Un abrazo

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  23. Watching the world at the door of his house ;)
    a hug.

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  24. your photo's and title make him seem quite sinister Bob.

    peter

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  25. Wonderful series Bob!!
    Very preety bird!
    Excellent shots!
    Dimi...

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  26. Bob, a very pretty little bird! Bright shinning eyes! Nice shooting!

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  27. te gek wat is dit mooi Bob.

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  28. Well caught!
    All though they are dullish compared to other passerine birds, I like them very much!
    A lively series of this one on the move!!
    I enjoyed RRRR Rat also, a pity I don't see more of those! LOL!!!
    They can be very friendly!!
    Keep well Bob!

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  29. Awesome captures! Have a lovely day!

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  30. Great pictures, Bob.

    And needless to say, great musical selection!
    ~

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  31. Beautiful texture of the bark!

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  32. lovely photos, dunnocks can be very elusive!

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