Saturday, July 07, 2012

Spot the Birdie

 Left of the fat balls
 Tit on the nuts
 Ditto
 Still there.
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11 comments:

Granny Annie said...

Pretty good camouflage I'd say.

Pat said...

Granny Annie: i know I know - but I have to keep trying:)

john.g. said...

A Dunnock and a Blue Tit.

GYPSYWOMAN said...

WONderful images! just love the colors - and the birdie puzzle! ;)

angryparsnip said...

I saw him on the first photo but I had to enlarge the photo to see him on the others. Nicely camouflaged !

You seem to be able to get your comments with the photos now.

cheers, parsnip

Mike and Ann said...

Quite agree, John. First photo is of a dunnock, the next three are bluetits (or three different bluetits ?)

Pat said...

John: you are the bird man!

Gypsy: you are kind:)

Parsnip: I seem to have lost the abiity to enlarge by just clicking on the photo. Another 'improvement'!
The comments are appearing but not as I write themn - on one line. Thay will have their fun:)

Mike and Ann: I'd never heard of a dunnock. How exciting I must tell MTL.
Possibly three different tits - we have a few now I have put the nuts out.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Boy, he was hidden really well...! The first picture was still in the old mode so I could actually make it bigger and I saw him....The others---wouldn't get bigger---they are in that black background and I cannot make them bigger....BUT, I am so glad I saw him in that first photo....Very Sweet....!

Pat said...

Naomi: I have just discovered if I click on the actual photo it does get bigger but not if you click on the little prints at the bottom. Well done for spotting the firt one.
They are not to be compared with the fantastic ones you take:)

Mike and Ann said...

Hello again Pat. When I was a boy that first bird, the dunnock, would have been called a hedge sparrow, but they are not related to the sparrows and have been known for some decades now by their proper folk-name, which is dunnock (Prunella Modularis).

Pat said...

Mike and Ann: many thanks. MTL got the bird book out and we are happy to be proud owners of a dunnock:)