05 May 2013

Jay






Nötskrika (Garrulus glandarius) - Eurasian Jay

I'm sharing with
I'd Rather B Birdin'
Wild Bird Wednesday





62 comments:

  1. Member of the Magpie family and getting more common over here in the UK. nice photos

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  2. Excellent!!! So different from our Jay birds in America. Love the colors and the facial markings. [and if you scroll quickly a 2nd time ---your photos are like an action film!]

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    1. Thank you Anni! He was keeping a close eye on me.

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  3. Herlige bilder av nøttekråka!

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  4. Great captures!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  5. We have Blue Jay in Canada. :)
    Nice shots.

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  6. Great shots, beautiful bird! Looks like he posed for you for quite some time!! :)

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    1. Thank you Trina! Yes he did although he kept me under observation.

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  7. He's beautiful. We have two varieties of jay here; they are big and bold and I like them!
    Thanks for coming by, he was a very beautiful cat.

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  8. en fågel jag önskar bodde där jag bor. Jag har bara sett den i fjällen en gång.

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    1. Jag ser inte den så ofta heller, men den här gången hade jag tur.

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  9. Dear Gunilla,
    amazing series, wonderful snap shots.
    Wish you a good start in the new week,
    moni

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    1. Thank you dear Moni! I wish you a great new week!

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  10. Very goog photos. Slovak SOJKA - Garrulus glandarius,I also have it in my photo archive. I have not now any time to publish them on the blog. I want to wish you a nice evening.

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    1. Thank you Daniela! I wish you a lovely evening!

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  11. A pretty bird! The jays I'm familiar with are either gray of blue. :)

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  12. Ist der schön, so herrliche Fotos.

    LG Mathilda ♥

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  13. gorgeous bird. love all the colors.

    so happy you stopped by my blog. thanks!! enjoy your day. ( :

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  14. He's a beautiful bird -- such a gorgeous color.

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  15. Lovely shots of the bird.

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  16. What a lovely bird. Perfectly captured!
    Thanks for dropping by, have a great week :)

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    1. Thank you Lina! Have a great week!

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  17. I love this beautiful sequence of photos with a delicious jay!

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  18. Väldigt fina foton av nötskrikan ,har inte sett den på länge här ,bara hört ljud av den ,Nette

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    1. Tusen tack Nette! Det är inte så ofta jag ser den heller.

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  19. That's a very handsome jay! Quite different from ours.

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  20. Lovely bird!! You captured it so well!

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  21. I love your Jay! It is a beautiful bird. Great photos!

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  22. Lovely captures of this handsome bird.

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  23. the perfect post for your wonderful photographs Gunilla

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  24. This little guy looks very intelligent and curious and I like your choice of background to highlight his clean markings--and that you got several studies of him.

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  25. Very nice photographs! It's not easy to get such good images in the tree branches, good work!

    --Wally

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  26. I think that is one of the prettiest jays I've ever seen!

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