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Friday, 1 February 2019

Eurasian Jay - Garrulus glandarius

Photographed at the Speech House, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GB.








37 comments:

  1. Funny bird. It emits strange sounds;-)

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  2. On a walk a few days ago she saw, high on the tree of this bird, unfortunately my camera did not do such beautiful pictures as yours. In truth, they were just any. :)))

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    1. A walk is great way of see that, thanks Giga.

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  3. Wise and beautiful bird. Superb photos.

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  4. What a taste of those delicacies.

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  5. Lovely - the stripes are good - brown and blue.

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  6. What a beauty. I love to see all the different species in the UK. Carol

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  7. Beautiful marking on it's head and wing Bob.I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. Hi Bob.

    You have made beautiful pictures of the Gaai.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  9. Interesting. Around here I see the Stellar Jay, the Scrub Jay, and if we go to the eastern part of the Cascade Mountains, the Grey Jay.

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  10. I love these birds, Bob. Their faces, and the blue panels on their wings, are fabulous! You were lucky to capture one so well with your camera as they are usually very nervous birds. I hope that you are managing OK in this cold weather. My very best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. We were happily warm enough, the car is a hide, 20 metres was the Jay, cheers Richard.

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  11. What a beautiful bird.
    Great shots.
    Have a nice weekend
    Hugs
    Maria
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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  12. Wonderful photos, very charming. :))) Have a nice weekend dear Bob. :)

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  13. Hello!!!Beautiful series of images ...Love jay

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  14. Beautiful pictures of the Jay Bob.
    Greetings Tinie

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  15. Hola Bob,magnificas fotos del Arrendajo,toda una belleza de ave.Un fuerte abrazo y feliz fin de semana.

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  16. Bob, it's a beautiful bird and great photos.

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  17. Hi Bob,
    Another super set of images, this time of the Jay, such a colourful bird and also very noisy.
    We have them nearly all the time in our back on the nut feeders, and always cause chaos with all the other birds.
    All the best, John

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    1. Thanks John, they are a bird that colouring, outstanding.

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  18. Amazing...it is like you are breathing down his neck!

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  19. Hello Bob, I love this Jay! Great photos! Thank you for linking up your post. Have a great day and weekend.

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  20. Such a confused bird. one third blue jay, mockingbird, dove

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  21. Hello Bob,
    the jay they call here in Germany, the alarm system in the forest, and I can confirm that when I am doing my tour through the forest and is seen by the jays, you call the other animals from threat and danger .. that is nature .. great photos
    Greetings Frank

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  22. Hi Bob,
    Great shots of this beautiful bird! This winter I have not seen them here in my garden, unfortunately.
    Happy Sunday
    Regards,
    Maria

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    1. Happy Sunday to you Maria. I am sorry you have lost the Jay, maybe it will turn soon.

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  23. A nice, though screaming bird. They come to my feeder for nuts.

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  24. jays have beautiful wings ! gorgeous photos
    happy sunday Bob

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  25. Such a beautiful looking bird, love its colouring, great series of photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  26. Arrendajo o Gallo de Monte lo llaman por mi tierra y es uno de los córvidos más bellos por su espectacular colorido.
    Un abrazo,

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