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By helengib
A first time visitor to my garden, had to look it up but i think it's a Goldcrest. It was hard to capture as it was nipping around very quickly.

Tags: General Wildlife and nature Garden birds

Voters: tim g, Wilmot, jacekb and 14 more

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Wilmot 8 338 1 United Kingdom
19 Feb 2009 3:27PM
Yep defo a goldcrest,extremely fast bird and smallest

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skye1 9 29 4 Wales
19 Feb 2009 4:09PM
well done on getting him such fast little birds one blink and they have vanished
19 Feb 2009 4:40PM
Cracking shot.
gary_d 8 576 13 Wales
19 Feb 2009 10:34PM
You are so lucky to get visitors like this, a lovely colourful shot. - gary
ketch 9 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
22 Feb 2009 8:18PM
Could be a Firecrest? Either way this is the smallest bird in the UK and you are dead lucky to have it visiting your garden. Magic shot.

Natzdad 7 29 2 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2009 8:49PM
well captured ,had one in my garden not long since,didn't manage to catch a shot of him though,but i got some lovely shots of various conifer branches.....Mick
LeeFisher 7 59 8 England
8 Jun 2009 8:30PM
good shot of a difficult to photograph bird.

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