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Coal Tit

By nglen
Taken in the garden today.

Coal Tit ( Parus ater )Length 11-12cm.
A small resident bird which can sometimes look rather Warbler like.
It is widespread and fairly common throughtout most of mainland Britain and Ireland. Has black and white markings on head with conspicuous white patch on its nape. Back and wings are slate grey with two white wingbars and underparts pale pinkish buff.
Found in both coniferous and deciduous woodland and will visit garden bird feeders in the winter

Tags: Dorset Coal tit Wildlife and nature

Voters: KBan, alfie99, Norfolkboy and 18 more


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Comments


Norfolkboy 11 1 4 England
12 Feb 2012 5:36PM
A superb image.
Colin

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MossyOak 5 22 15 England
12 Feb 2012 5:51PM
Very good Coaly, well exposed and oozing with sharp detail
Richard
13 Feb 2012 9:15AM
Beautiful tones.
14 Feb 2012 12:13AM
Great shot, nicely captured.
Cheesey.
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
21 Feb 2012 6:52PM
Awesome Coaly. Lovely detailed shot.
Ron

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