2018-01-23

Visiting the forest feeder

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 The shy Blackbird male - koltrast

Nuthatch - nötväcka

Feeding frenzy at the feeder
Great tit, coal tit, blue tit and nuthatch

Visiting the forest feeder at Tornskogen
© NF Photo 180123

Not so many species but very busy none the less. It was rather cold so I did not stay long.

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14 comments:

  1. Hello, wonderful variety. I think your blackbird is prettier than the blackbird I see here. I love the cute nuthatch and the other cute little birds. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  2. Beautiful birds. I especially love the bottom one with the spread out wings!

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  3. oh lovely birds, I'm glad they have some food to eat.

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  4. Hello!:) Lovely images!:) Nice to see the four different birds at the feeder.

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  5. What a wonderful group of birds. Your blackbird in the snow is stunning and the birds around the feeder are indeed busy surviving. Your Nuthatch is just like mine and I love the little "err err" they utter when going head first down the tree. I miss my feeders and my birds. I will be glad when this move is over and we are settled so I can get back to my real birding. This is a very nice wintery post, Monica ...

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  6. P.S. I love your new header ... very misty and beautiful. :)

    Andrea

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  7. Beautiful birds! That blackbird looks so sweet, not at all as aggressive as they are often seen!

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  8. Beautiful birds. Love the snowy background. Nuthatches amaze me. They are always upside down. :)

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  9. Lovely shots and I love your new header too

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  10. I am always amused to see the nuthatches upside down!

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  11. A terrific variety of feathered visitors!! They are just gorgeous.

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  12. I love to see the birds in winter...Not so alone in the cold..Michelle

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