Sunday, 16 November 2014

Coal Tit.


The colder temperatures at this time of year often bring additional species into the garden to take advantage of a free meal at one of the feeders including this Coal Tit (Periparus ater).

This tiny Tit constantly flitted around the branches above the feeder making the 'watcher' work hard for a few reasonable images.
  
Linking to I'D-Rather-B-Birdin'.

8 comments:

  1. beautiful little fellow. they sure look like our chickadee's

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  2. ....I know what you mean....the smaller and more active the birds are, the more challenge getting them focused in the lens for a good photo. Your skills are exceptional.

    Again, thanks for linking up.

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  3. Sweet bird, very similar in looks to our chickadees!

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  4. Lovely photos of the cute little tit!

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  5. great shots. I have not seen any of them yet.

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  6. Sweet bird! really nice shots!

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  7. I too know exactly how you feel Frank. There are a few of them giving me the camera runaround at the moment. I ain't giving up though.

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