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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Saturday, 21 February 2015

Treecreeper (Certhia familiaris)

Not very good this one, but, I haven't seen one for a long time.




38 comments:

  1. A bit impressionistic, but worthwhile, Bob! I've never seen one before



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3

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  2. they are so cool! their shape always makes me think of a leaf.

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  3. I like your nice pictures series Bob!
    Happy Sunday
    Crissi

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    1. Thanks Dirk, and it is a tremendous piece music.

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  5. The tree creepers are cool birds.. They are usually hard to find, great captures, Bob! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy weekend!

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  6. Hola Bob,benas fotos de esta especie.un ave dificil de fotohgrafiar .Un abrazo y feliz domingo,

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  7. So cute! I've seen them too, but I haven't managed to get any photos.

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  8. It's a surprise to meet this bird ! Great shos !
    Have a nice weekend !

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  9. Any photograph of a Treecreeper is a good one. There are several here but I've yet to get a picture.

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  10. Lieber Bob
    ein toller kleiner Vogel. Man kann ihn kaum erkennen, da die Baumrinde farblich fast
    gleich ist. Toll aufgenommen.
    Liebe Grüße
    Irmi

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  11. I haven't seen a tree creeper for a long, long time. I think these shots are amazing because I know the Brown Tree Creeper doesn't stay in one spot for very long!

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  12. I never seen this bird! Great shot!

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  13. Now I know why they have such curved beaks. :)

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    1. Looks it would that you curved beak, cheers Giga.

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  14. HI Bob No neither have i seen one for ages adn they are always moving so fast but you did well especially the first shot. Have a great weekend.

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  15. Tiene un plumaje mimético que lo camufla perfectamente con el tronco del árbol.
    Un abrazo,

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  16. Very pretty lunch time action shots. :)

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  17. Gorgeous photos! I've never seen a Treecreeper in the wild yet so I always love seeing photos of them. - Tasha

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  18. Bob, a cute little guy! Really blends in!

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  19. Well done in capturing one, Bob. I saw an American one last year, and it was challenging to pick up, let alone photograph!

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  20. Great captures Bob!
    I've never seen a Treecreeper!!Cute little bird!
    Dimi...

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  21. Beautiful images of this Treecreeper, Bob.
    These really are not easy to photograph.
    Have a nice Sunday.

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    1. They are not too easy by photograph, they move so fast, thanks Irma.

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  22. Dit is niet erg makkelijk deze vlugge vogel maar jij hebt hem .

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  23. Though it is not as nice as you would like Bob, he's still nice to have.
    They are so fast that it is difficult to photograph them well.
    Greetings Tinie

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  24. Congratulations Bob!:) These are lovely captures of our elusive bird friend.

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  25. These are in fact very nice shots. I always find creepers hard to photograph and I find the shot where it is probing into the bark quite exceptional.

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