1. Jock Elliott

    Birds, already

    Love my RX10 Mk4! Cheers, Jock
  2. tonyturley

    Birds in the rain

    A rainy day always brings out the avians.
  3. Bobby Tingle

    Jail Birds

    They're looking to break out
  4. Mike G

    Nikon Woody

    One of my two resident Wood Pigeons, seconds before there were two of them perched on the fence! Z6 + Z Nikkor s 85mm @ 1/25 f5.6 ISO110, heavy crop and some big adjustments.
  5. SRHEdD

    Fuji Showcase When you're on a cruise and miss photographing birds...

    Our ship was turned away from Cuba by the U.S. Government, so we spent a couple of days in The Bahamas. The zoo and gardens was over booked, so we walked the streets. This is how I knew I missed photographing birds. Even the pigeons started to look good.
  6. Tony-B

    Little Birds of the Viera Wetlands

    With all the larger birds and gators, sometimes these little guys don’t get any love. #1 #2 #3
  7. davect01

    Birds of prey

    A6000 and 28-70mm
  8. R

    Young storks getting their ring

    We have a stork's nest nearby. Yesterday the young ones got their ring. They were picked from their nest in two shopping bags. They lay like dead as protection. The gentleman of the foundation that does the ringing. ... and back in the bag, back to the nest. René.
  9. Bill Allsopp

    Bullfinch (with the cheapo 50-230)

    Yet again the little Fuji comes good. XC 50-230 iso 4000 f 6.7 - 1/400 I still fancy the 100-400 though!
  10. Early Birds

    Early Birds

  11. Early Birds

    Early Birds

    This one is my favorite, I just love the expression! And the way she is nibbling the leaf.
  12. Early Birds

    Early Birds

  13. Early Birds

    Early Birds

  14. Early Birds

    Early Birds

    These little birds came to a bush outside my living room window one morning, and sat there waiting for Momma and Papa bird to bring them some food.
  15. Grub up

    Grub up

  16. Missed the train

    Missed the train

  17. Great Grey Shrike

    Great Grey Shrike

  18. A pair of Reed Bunting

    A pair of Reed Bunting

  19. European Kestral

    European Kestral

  20. Muscovy Duck

    Muscovy Duck

  21. Black-headed Gull

    Black-headed Gull

  22. Great Black-backed Gull

    Great Black-backed Gull

  23. Razorbill


  24. Northern Gannet

    Northern Gannet

  25. Kingfisher feathers

    Kingfisher feathers

  26. Spoonbill


  27. Spoonbill


  28. Wryneck


  29. Wryneck


  30. Northern Wheatear

    Northern Wheatear

  31. Northern Wheatear

    Northern Wheatear

  32. Med Gull and B-h Gull

    Med Gull and B-h Gull

  33. Meditterranean Black-headed Gull

    Meditterranean Black-headed Gull

  34. Arctic Skua and Black-headed Gull

    Arctic Skua and Black-headed Gull

  35. Shag


  36. Sandwich Tern

    Sandwich Tern

  37. Sandwich Tern

    Sandwich Tern

  38. Pied Wagtail

    Pied Wagtail

  39. Rock Pipit

    Rock Pipit

  40. Adult Turnstone moulting to winter plumage

    Adult Turnstone moulting to winter plumage

  41. Adult Turnstone moulting to winter plumage

    Adult Turnstone moulting to winter plumage

  42. Moulting Turnstones

    Moulting Turnstones

  43. Yellowhammer


  44. Yellowhammer


  45. Northern Wheatear (with odd plumage)

    Northern Wheatear (with odd plumage)

  46. Carrion Crow at nest

    Carrion Crow at nest

  47. Barn Swallow (in soft early morning light)

    Barn Swallow (in soft early morning light)

  48. Song Thrush

    Song Thrush

  49. Jackdaw, inquisitive

    Jackdaw, inquisitive

  50. Jackdaw, the decisive moment

    Jackdaw, the decisive moment