Our Garden Bird Gallery

I've just been through my photos to see just how many different garden birds we actually have had and managed to get a photo of. Some photos aren't very good and I need to try for better shots but this is what we have so far.
I haven't added male and female of all the species just blackbird, chaffinch and bullfinch so I guess that's 23 different species. We have had occasional visitors that we haven't managed a photo of at all for instance a pied wagtail and also a heron. We were too concerned about the fish in the pond to take a photo of the heron!

Some visitors are regulars, whereas others such as a redwing, fieldfare and siskins have paid an occasional visit when conditions were bad.

I need to try for better photos of some! We have had a heron (we were too busy shooing it away from the fishpond!) and a pied wagtail that I haven't managed to get a photo off. We've also had swallows and house martins close by such as these on the phone wires just outside of our window.
PS: I just can't believe that I missed adding a picture of a long tailed tit to my collage so here are two photos to make up for it!
An addition in April 2013
Redpoll

16 January 2014 
Female blackcap

Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

4 comments:

  1. That's a huge variety of birds, Sue, you must have a very inviting garden. Unfortunately our 4 dogs seem to frighten off most birds and we don't have a bird feeder or table. I have bought some peanuts this morning though to hang in a tree. We have had a Jay, Robin, Sparrows, Goldfinch, Sparrowhawk, Collared Doves and pigeons, Long tailed Tits, blackbirds and magpies, but they don't stay for very long, they just sit on the fence for a while then they're off!
    Chrissie Barrow

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    1. Can you believe it, Chris that I forgot the long tailed tits and I took loads of photos of them!!!!

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  2. How interesting to see the birds of your garden. This makes me want to do the same with my birds. I am afraid I am not that good of a photographer. You have many different birds than we do of course. Fun to see them.

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    1. Some are only occasional visitors, Lisa. One or two have only been seen once. You may be interested in viewing better photos on on this page

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