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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 9 June 2017

Jay - Garrulus glandarius

Photographed at Speech House, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.








43 comments:

  1. Dear Bob, great shots again! I like these birds, they are sometimes here in our garden - mostly in fall when our apples are ripe! Then they share some with us and some other birds.... :-)

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  2. Great shots of the Jay Bob, takes me back a bit, in the early seventies I had one as a pet.
    All the best, Gordon.

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  3. That's a pretty looking jay. Nice shots too

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  4. The third shot makes the bird appear to be singing a great aria! Perhaps some Verdi!. Beautiful as usual.

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  5. Another beauty I will probably not see. Thank you.

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    1. Never mind, you have the Rainbow Parakeet what I would not see EC.

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  6. Wow, sind das wundervolle Bilder!!! Ich stöbere schon eine ganze Weile hier herum, und bin tief beeindruckt!!!
    Ich werde mich jetzt noch als Followerin eintragen, damit ich diesen Blog nicht mehr aus den Augen verliere!
    Alles Liebe
    Heidi

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  7. Nice work, Bob. I guess a little strategically placed birdseed works every time!

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  8. Such a beautiful bird. I have one in my garden every day.
    Beautiful captured.
    Have a wonderful day.

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  9. Hi. Jay is a great-looking bird. Your photo is really great. Happy weekend.

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  10. Really beautiful shots Bob.
    Happy weekend
    Crissi

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  11. Hello Bob, your Jay is gorgeous. It is another bird from across the pond I would love to see. Great series of photos. Happy Saturday! Wishing you a happy weekend!

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    1. PS, thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post.

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    2. Eileen, that's alright, any time.

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  12. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful pictures of the Flemish jay.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  13. Bob's eternal art

    Bob's hand is
    a gift to our eyes

    Bob's look is
    a hymn to the nature

    Bob's thought is
    a spirit of eternity

    Yannis Politopoulos

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  14. I'm so used to the blue jay rarely see (or notice) the other kinds

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  15. Magnificent bird photos ~ they are beautiful! ^_^

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  16. Excellent captures Bob of one of our best looking birds. I wish I could get a few shots of them like this.

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  17. Your "garrulus" patience pays off.

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  18. Amazing pictures! Have a nice weekend Bob;-))

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  19. Great photos.Jay is a beautiful bird. Well done Bob.

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  20. Hi Bob and wonderful images of a stunning Jay, they are such a beautiful bird. a hole drilled and some peanuts stuck in peanut butter works wonders, have a good weekend. All the best. John

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    1. Thanks for the tip, I'll have try that sometime.

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  21. Hola Bob,fotos magnificas de este Arrendajo en el comedero.Un abrazo y feliz domingo.

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  22. He's pondering something...maybe where his mate got off to? LOL!

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  23. Bob, beautiful close ups of this beautiful Jay!

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  24. Hi Bob,
    Wow, you can count the feathers!
    Great photos of these beautiful Jay!
    Greetings, Maria

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  25. Beautiful shots of Jay.
    Greetings Tinie

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  26. Isn't this a beautiful bird!
    I like your music choice too!

    All the best Jan

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  27. The eyes are very very beautiful, I like very much your pictures Bob.

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  28. Buenas disparos, Bob, bien hecho.

    Saludos.

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  29. Wonderful portraits -- they look so inquisitive! It is different from the Jays we have here, but the Latin name sounding like 'garrulous' is certaknly appropriate ... the Jay we have here certainly do like to "talk" ... a lot. I suppose the Latin name, that part of it, is the same for our Jays maybe. I am so ignorant of those things.

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