Friday, 9 May 2014

New Life on the Patch.

This is the first time I have ever seen a Dipper in a tree. 
The juveniles are about now so I guess it was keeping an eye on them.
The very cute juvenile Long-tailed Tit was hiding in a bush, the fledglings 
being flushed by a Jay, hope they all got away.

DIPPER


DIPPER


JUVENILE DIPPER


JUVENILE DIPPER


JUVENILE, LONG-TAILED TIT

12 comments:

  1. What beautiful and original birds ! Great photos !
    Greetings

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  2. Great post. Lovely to see the juvenile Dipper. It reminds me to get out next week and check out my local ones. Dave

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  3. geweldig mooi al dat jonge goed .ze staan er ook nog eens prachtig op.

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  4. Excellent shots! Those little juvies are so cute!!

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  5. Whow! The Adult Dipper is wonderful. The juvenile is so cute! Love it! And finally the juvenile Long-Tailed Tit adorable!

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  6. geweldige serie.
    groetjes Herman.

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  7. Top Drawer photography John.Is the new lens paying dividends.
    Sam

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  8. Super post, John. I particularly like both the juvenile Dipper images.

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  9. Ohhh Lovely juvenile of dipper. Nice pics..
    I´m using a Canon S95+ Kpwa 884.. Greetings.. ;-)

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  10. Top notch images love these Dipper shots.

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  11. Hi John! These pictures are fabulous! Well done...
    Greetings

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  12. Hi John. Have just got back to Blogger after a break and published your kind comment on my blog - sorry for the delay. I'd be happy to show you Water Vole, Osprey, and Little Owl (all virtually guaranteed in a half-day visit - Osprey only May to August) if you're ever up this way.

    Have a great weekend - - - Richard

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