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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Great Spotted Woodpecker juvenile (Dendrocopos major)

Please look at my new website bobswildlife.co.uk, We are still working on the site, with many new galleries to come over the next few weeks. Any feedback would be much appreciated.

Another juvenile.........................to tantalize you.








41 comments:

  1. Truly a fine look fellow...

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  2. Sweet photos, I can hear him peck!
    Congrats on your new website Bob, I had a look, it seems great happenings can be expected there! :-)

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    1. I am still thinking about my website Yael.

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  3. Delightful images, Bob. Was this bird in your garden? We've had a juvenile GSW in the garden for the past few days. This afternoon it must have spent half an hour playing with a green acorn still in its cup! He kept hiding it in cracks in the tree and then going to retrieve it again, tossing it about and fetching it.

    Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Yes Richard, it was in my garden, but it wasn't to stay there 30 seconds.

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  4. Hello. Incredible photographs of the great spotted woodpecker. Greetings.

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  5. Hi. Great Spotted Woodpecker is a gorgeous bird. You are taken by stunning photography. Greetings.

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  6. Hola Bob,una bella entrada de este Pico picapinos.Un abrazo

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  7. Hello Bob, he is a beauty! Wonderful series on the Woodpecker!

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  8. Hi Bob, super images of the Great Spotted Woodpecker Juvenile. Like the looks of your new site.All the best. John

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    1. The new website is good, but it will be a lot better John.

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  9. Hello Bob! Lovely pictures and just wonderful bird.

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  10. How much wood would. . . . . . :)

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  11. I do not know if it is just me...but this guy looks a little tired. :-)

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  12. Amazing pictures Bob, this woodpecker is very nice.

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    1. Cheers Nath, and thanks for your comments.

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  13. Bob, great images! A nice looking Pecker!

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  14. "It's simple...you just put your beak on the wood and hammer!"

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  15. Lovely shots of the woodpecker Bob. Now I did lok at your new web site and one think that I will comment one is that when you scroll down and the writting goes behind the lovely Kingfisher, it is then too difficult to read.

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    1. You can read by putting your cursor in middle of the page, have a nice day Margaret.

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  16. It's amazing how many woodpeckers throughout the world have this same basic colour scheme.

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  17. Impresionantes fotos de este precioso pájaro carpintero. Gran trabajo Bob, un abrazo desde España.

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  18. Lovely photos of this juvenile!
    He looks very happy :)
    Keep well Bob, I hope you are enjoying your summer!

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  19. Hij is prachtig mooie serie Bob lieve groetjes Danielle

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  20. Bellas imágenes del pico carpintero.
    Un abrazo,

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  21. Estupendas imágenes...muy bonitas..un saludo desde Murcia...

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  22. It's beautiful Bob, very lovely pictures.

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  23. Love the close-ups.

    I did go and look at your new web site ... it's coming along very well, I will definitely go back soon for another visit.

    All the best Jan

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  24. Good morning Bob!:) Super shots of this Woodpecker. We see them in our garden too, but they are often too timid to be photographed, and fly off in a flash of red white and black if they see any movement. Your new sight seems to be coming along just fine.:)

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