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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Redwing - Turdus iliacus

Photographed at Beachley, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK.

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.ukThere is a photo of a Reed Bunting. And a  Cormorant by Callum in  the 'Guest photographer.  








44 comments:

  1. Unas fotos espectaculares del zorzal alirrojo, me han encantado. Saludos desde España.

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  2. Hi Bob,
    Super set of images of the Redwing, birds that we haven't had in large number around our area, for me anyway.
    They always seem to have a muddy beak.
    All the best, John

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    1. Hi John, they have a muddy beak because it too late for the berries. They have finished the lot.

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  3. Hello Bob!:) Superb captures of the delightful Redwing, always nice to see. I sometimes see them in the park in the company of thrushes.

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  4. Nice shots. They look a lot like our Carolina Wrens.

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  5. I should check the origins of the name.....odd name for a bird. Nice pictures.

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  6. Bob, very nice of the Redwing! Dirty nose and all!

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    1. Hi Robin, it has a dirty beak, due it looking for worms.

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  7. I think he will have to wash his beak after finishing his search for food. :)

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    1. Ha ha, it has been after the worms Giga.

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  8. Five super photographs of this bird, thanks for sharing.

    All the best Jan

    PS I hope he was lucky and did get a worm or two!

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  9. You and German take the best wildlife shots--- his 4 legged critters and your birds! Today's is quite fine!

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  10. Whoops---- I see German has some great bird shots on today. Either way, you guys are amazing.

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  11. Hi Bob.

    Beautiful Bob.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  12. Fine picture series from Redwing. We are also waiting for them to the north. Yet there is still too much snow and more rain all the time! I'm waiting for the spring!

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  13. Bonito Zorzal alirrojo, Bob, con el sol acariciando su plumaje.

    Saludos.

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  14. Hello
    Nice bird!
    Lovely pictures!
    I prefer wild horses also, but the one I described yesterday is extinct since december, 25 th 1879.
    Have a nice day.

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  15. Awesome pictures, as usual!
    Have a nice rest of the week!
    Gil Zetbase

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  16. Hello Bob, beautiful shots of your Redwing. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  17. Where is my food? Awesome photos.

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  18. Hi Bob,
    Nice series of photos of the redwing.
    All perfectly sharply photographed, my compliments.
    Best regards, Irma

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  19. Hi Bob;
    Oh what a beautiful redwing ! You were next to her or is your equipment ?
    Very nice pictures.

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    1. Hi Nath, I use a 500mm + 1.4 extender, that's why.

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  20. Hola Bob,bellas fotos de este zorzal alirrojo alimentandose en el prado.Un fuerte abrazo amigo.

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  21. Hi Bob. Well done for capturing these very shy birds so beautifully with your camera. We seem to have had good numbers of them this year, although the Fieldfare which usually accompany them were not so numerous - until the 'beast from the east' came and then they were everywhere!

    With my best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Hi Richard, thanks for everything.

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  22. Bob, that's wonderful. Beautiful capture and processing. Super.

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  23. Nice pictures of the Fieldfare Bob.
    I did not see him this winter.
    Good weekend, greetings Tinie

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  24. Hi Bob,
    Lovely pictures of the Redwing!
    As usual ;-)
    Happy weekend,
    Warm Greetings, Maria

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    1. Hi Maria, my Redwings are as better than yours, beautiful.

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  25. Hi Bob,
    really beautiful pictures of the Redwing.
    I only sadly saw this in the distance and could not take beautiful pictures of it.
    Greetings, Helma

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  26. Una buena serie en la que nos lo presentas buscando su alimento entre las hierbas.
    Un abrazo,

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  27. I hate worms. bleee I think I have phobia hehe They are so disgusting. hehe Photos are amazing!!! :)

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  28. So beautiful bird, awesome images.

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