25 May 2013

One day in April


Talgoxe (Parus major) - great tit



Kaja (Corvus monedula) - jackdaw


Trana (Grus grus) - crane





Ringduva (Columba palumbus) - wood pigeon


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




38 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photo's Gunilla! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  2. Lovely serie of photos, well done!

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  3. Beautiful photos - You have an eye for capturing these winged beauties. Have a great weekend!

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  4. Fantastic photos, beautiful birds!

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  5. Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  6. Kjempeflotte bilder, Gunilla, nydelig av månen og superfine av fuglene :)

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  7. That's a lot of birds to sight on one day! The Talgoxe is very pretty.

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  8. Great photos! Love them all but especially the formations of the cranes!

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  9. Your wood pigeons are quite similar to our White Winged Doves here in Texas. LOVE the cranes in flight images...that's not easy to capture birds in flight with such clarity as you did!!!

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  10. These cranes are particularly lovely in flight!

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  11. Wonderful post, I love all the different birds. The cranes in flight are awesome. Have a happy day!

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    1. Thank you Eileen! I wish you a happy day too!

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  12. Very ince images. Thos cranes are in perfect formation!

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  13. härliga fågelbilder. Som man nästan bara får på våren.

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  14. Great post. love the cranes in flight.

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  15. loving the symmetry of the group in flight photos especially Gunilla; lovely post

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  16. Beautiful captures. I love that first flight shot.

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  17. You had a good bird stalking session, Gunilla. The stork chevrons are quite beautiful and surprisingly graceful for this bird. And I love the folk tales about the jackdaws. A favorite book is Jackdaws by Ken Follett. Have you read?

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    1. Thank you Faye! I'm not sure I've read any of his books.

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  18. Love the crane fly-overs, just returned from Finland so was lucky enough to see good numbers of them

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    1. Thank you Dave! I've only seen the fly-overs. I haven't been lucky enough to see the cranes closer.

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  19. Love the shots of the cranes in flight!
    Lovely post Gunilla!

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