14 March 2013

Winged

 






Strömstare  - White-throated Dipper or European Dipper
(Cinclus cinclus)



More winged critters at
NatureFootstep's Winged.

30 comments:

  1. Your Dipper is adorable. Great shots!

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    1. Thank you Eileen! I'm very pleased with my photos. I'm not so sure the dipper was very pleased with me though.

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  2. Nice capture! We don't have this kind here in Slovenia.

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  3. Wonderful, I love this bird, beautiful pictures.

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  4. Brrrrr- cold just watching this neat bird!! Very nice!

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    1. Thank you Suzan! It didn't seem to bother the bird at all.

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  5. The third image is my favourite - the reflections of the bird and the surroundings in the water!!

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  6. a little sweet bird:)))) Lovley Pictures.

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  7. eine Wasseramsel.tolle noch nie habe ich eine gesehen Gunilla
    DANKE für diese Bilder
    LG vom katerchen

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    1. Vielen Dank Katerchen. Wir haben sie nicht alla Jahre hier.

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  8. så trevligt med en strömstare. En fågel jag älskar att studera. Tyvärr har det varit dåligt med dom hos mig i år. Har väl inte varit tillräckligt kallt kanske.

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    1. Tusen tack! Vi har inte haft dem alla år här heller så det var en trevlig överraskning att se den.

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  9. Så härlig bildserie på strömstaren!
    Snyggt jobbat!!

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  10. Muito, muito lindo!
    passaro na neve
    Zizi

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  11. Fin serie på strömstaren. Så skickligt fotat, du har fångat en riktig personlighet.

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    1. Tack så mycket Charlotta! En par gånger trodde jag att jag hade skrämt bort den, men om en stund kom den tillbaka.

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  12. Härlig serie på den söta fågeln som gillar att ha det kallt och vått om fötterna!

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    1. Tusen tack Mona! Den är nog en riktig vinterbadare.

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  13. Beautiful variety of profiles of this little one! Clearly the icy cold doesn't bother him!

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    1. Thank you Gemma! They dive into the water to find food. Some birds come here from Russia and Norway to find open water.

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