19 June 2013

Fieldfare




Björktrast (Turdus pilaris) - fieldfare

One alert parent with two young ones.
The first one is taking a nap and
the other one is very hungry.

I'm linking to
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60 comments:

  1. you picked up some delightful shots of these birds Gunilla

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  2. Great photo especially to have the three birds in the one photo.

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  3. Ganz wundervolle Aufnahmen von der Amsel??

    LG Mathilda ♥

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    1. Vielen Dank Mathilda! Es ist eine Wacholderdrossel. LG Gunilla

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  4. How sweet! The interactions between parents and fledglings are fun to watch.

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  5. Wow....what a proud little guy in the first photo !! Nice caputres.

    Greetings

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  6. Stolt som en tupp (?) över sina fina ungar. :)

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  7. Napping and eating, napping and eating. Those birds do grow up fast.

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  8. Herlig.
    Deilig å se den igjen, da er det sommer.
    God midtsommerfeiring.
    Mormor

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  9. You have good eyes to have noticed how they are sitting on the fence!

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

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  11. Härliga bilder! Kul ställe att sova på!
    Visst är det skoj nu med alla små fågelungar!
    /Pia

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    1. Tack Pia! De är så söta och förstår inte riktigt att vara rädda heller.

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  12. A very handsome bird!! Excellent photography!!

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  13. Gunilla,

    That is such a sweet shot of the babies with parent.

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  14. Väldigt fint fångat på bild!

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  15. Wachholderdrosseln kommen hier nur im Winter ab und an vorbei Gunilla
    LG vom katerchen dem die Bilder sehr gefallen haben

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    1. Vielen Dank Katerchen! Wir haben keine im Winter. LG Gunilla

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  16. Máš oveľa lepšie fotografie drozda. Ja som toho môjho fotila z veľkej diaľky. Vždy, keď som sa priblížila, tak mi odletel na strom.

    You have a much better picture mockingbird. I took pictures of my own from a great distance. Whenever I approached, so I flew to a tree.
    Have a nice day! We have already 24 degrees in the morning. Uff!
    Daniela

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    1. Thank you Daniela! Our "city birds" are used to people. We're getting rain today. Have a lovely day!

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  17. What beautiful pictures of these rare birds!
    Have a lovely day!
    Christine

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    1. Thank you Christine! We have a lot of them here during the summers. Have a great day!

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  18. Cute shots of the Fieldfare! It is neat seeing the babies. Have a happy day!

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    1. Thank you Eileen! Have a lovely day!

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  19. Nydelig i dag også.
    Ha en fin dag.
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2013/06/20/pica-pica/

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  20. Excellent shots of the Fieldfare, Gunilla!! I really like the one of the 'alert' parent!!

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  21. Great shots! This bird looks a lot like the Brown Thrasher, the state bird of Georgia.

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  22. Pretty little bird!! I have not seen this one before...

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  23. Great shots at the littel bird!

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  24. Lovely images of a bird I won't see until they migrate southwards later this year.

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  25. How very beautiful this bird is and your images as well!!!

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