Saturday, 6 March 2010

Marsh Tit


13 comments:

  1. what an incredible little thing you have captured for us all, trevor - beautiful!!! he/she is perfect!!!

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  2. Oohh! What an intimate, affectionate portrait of birds. Simply breathtaking!

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  3. all your pics are great and I love that birds !
    big bear hugh Kathrin

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  4. Beatiful! In Polish language this bird is known as 'sikora uboga' (it means "poor tit"). They are rather rare in my town (small town in southern Poland) and I see them only near forests and other wild places. Most common are blu and great tits, and sometimes coal tits. Greetings from Gorlice and Nowy Sącz!

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  5. Thank you Jenean. I do rather like it myself. A delightful little woodland bird.

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  6. Hello veredit.
    Looks like I caught him in a reflective mood.

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  7. Hi joo.
    It would make a good subject for a Haiku.

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  8. Hi again kathrin.
    Thank you.
    And I return your big bear hug

    Hope you are keeping well.

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  9. Hello Poland...they are by no means widespread here. I found a nice little feeding station which does atract them and have seen more lately.
    I think they have the same scarcity here as they do in Poland. Our most common are also the Blue and Great Tit with the Coal Tit a little way behind and in front of the Marsh Tit who also is more visable than the Willow Tit.

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  10. Hello Great Britain! Thank You for comment. I've seen Wiilow Tits also, of course. From distance is difficult for me recognize it is Willow or Marh Tit, but sometimes I was close enough to be sure.

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  11. Very hard to tell apart unless you can get a good close view. Same everywhere I think.
    Hope you are keeping well.

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  12. Beautiful capture Trevor!!

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