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Friday, 26 July 2019

Starling juvenile - Sturnus vulgaris

Photographed in my Garden.












27 comments:

  1. Probably has some brothers and sisters close by.

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  2. Nice captures Bob. Already see a few of those beautifully coloured feathers starting to come through.

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  3. Hola Bob,magnificas y buenas fotos de este joven Estornino.Un saludo y feliz fin de semana.

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  4. An alert little charmer. Thanks Bob.

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  5. A very intelligent looking young bird

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  6. THey are so family-oriented.

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  7. Hello Bob,
    Beautiful photos of this young starling, the third photo is amazing.
    Best regards, Irma

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  8. Hi Bob.

    Great pictures Bob.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  9. Hello Bob, wonderful series on the juvenile Starling. Happy weekend!

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  10. My friend Bob,
    This set of photos gives a message : There are many ways to bring a thought near to the future.
    Wonderful.

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  11. Hi Bob, just wanted to stop back and say thanks for linking up your post. Loved the Starling photos. Have a great weekend.

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  12. Nice photos of this juvenile Starling Bob.

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  13. Juveniles are as beautiful as adults! The plumage is beautiful.

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  14. Una bonita serie del estornino. Me encanta ver al atardecer las evoluciones en el cielo de las grandes bandadas de estorninos, parecen un ballet.
    Un abrazo,

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  15. Love the photo of the wings spread and mouth open...what a neat pose! You got great photos for critters! Enjoy your weekend!

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  16. Great photos, Bob! My favourite this time is No. 3!
    Cheers
    Calendula

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  17. Hi Bob,
    Super set of images of the juvenile, you can just see the start of the sheen on some of the wing feathers.
    All the best,
    John

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    1. This are the second phase of Starlings John, the first phase one has already flown off.

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  18. Hi Bob,
    Great series of pics of this young Starling! That surprising Brown! Gorgeous!
    Unbelievable that difference with an adult with the plumage of black with dots.
    Great Post.
    Happy sunday,
    Regards, Maria

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  19. cute garden bird....great photo.
    Have a nice weekend

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  20. Stunning photo's....the detail of the feathers is so sharp and amazing.

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