Great shots John
I wish my work would stop interfering with my birdwatching .. Great shots !
Nice shot's John, get better soon Sue.Mark - sort your life out, you've got it all wrong.......
Well and you did catch it perfectly. Well done these pictures are beautiful!
Great shots again John
Would like to 'second' eveything already said here....excellent images John.
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Thought it may have been you and Sue at the Woodchat Shrike this morning. Seems it was!! Nice to meet you both anyway. Great shots, he was very obliging wasn't he? ;-)
Well done, you two. What a lovely bird. Good photos too. . . .And the woodchat shrike is excellent too!! I've yet to see one.Regards, Phil.
I love the Dunnock.....but I love the Woodchat Shrike just a little more lolSuperb shots of the shrike; a bird I've never seen before.
That's brilliant, I have never seen one, it'll come one day.
Lovely shots John. Woodchat is my favourite shrike regular to the UK.
Oh my, these are lovely shots of the Shrike! Such pretty coloring.
A more colourful shrike than the Tiger and Brown shrikes that we have over here. Great shots again.
Hi Folks Hope your feeling better Sue, and those pics are the cream of the crop on the blogs. Hope it stays around until later this week as I still need it on my year list.
Supurb photos! We have the Northern Shrike here and they look a bit different, although they have a very similar hooked beak. One has been hunting at my feeders off and on since January. The little Redpolls are very attractive to him.
Nice images John, very nice indeed. Glad you included the Dunnock.All the best - Mark
Very pretty shrike.
Brilliant images as always, I was away for a couple of days with Lisa and I thought I would miss it
Great shots again. I agree re: the Dunnock.
Lovely shots John. Wish I was their, I am still waiting for my first Woodchat Strike.
Wow John, the Shrike, that is one special sighting and photograph. Very well done. Hope Sue is getting better.
Super Shrike shots John. Hope Sue is on the road to recovery.
John you work wonders with that digiscoping set-up. I never cease to be amazed. It most certainly is not easy..but you make it look so.Hope Sue is up and about.Keep 'em coming.
What beautiful little birds are these Shrikes and the little Dunnock, special little one with quite the name too. Love these~
Hi JohnWould you like to drop me an E:Mail sometime with your mobile number and I will get mine back to you. My AD is on my blog.
Thank you all for your comments,Sue also says thank you, she's almost back to normal.We are out and about tomorrow,so fingers cross.Once again, thank you.John.
Wonderful shots of the Shrike! I love that he is perched upon the barbed wire fence.
Just spotted this. Brilliant shots!! I've not seen a Woodchat Shrike in UK yet - but then I'm a beginner! Sorry to hear that Sue's been ill - hope you are feeling much better now. Keep up the good work!!!
Nice photos! It's beautiful bird. Is the bush it's sitting on Common Broom? Does it bloom so early where you are?
Hi HilkeNo it's not Broom, It's a Gorse bush, but they do look very similar.