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By romansnumber7
This Great Tit landed on one of the feeders today with this injury, I dont know what or how the injury was caused but i am guessing that maybe by a Sparrowhawk as one had flown through the feeding station shortly before i saw the GT. Hopefully this bird will survive and i will be keeping a look out for it in the coming days.

thanks for looking


Tags: Great Tit Injured Wildlife and nature Romansnumber7

Voters: GERRYGENTRY, Trev_B, Cormy and 18 more

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Trev_B 14 151 68 England
9 Dec 2010 3:47PM
Ouch... poor little b****r.

Cormy 13 3 England
9 Dec 2010 3:48PM
Fingers crossed,Paul.
OliPackwood 11 5 5 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2010 3:48PM
Great shot. Such shame to see that's it's injured!
HarveySquires 11 3 6 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2010 4:12PM
What a shame i hope it recovers okay and a great timed shot Smile
Maiwand 14 3 73 England
9 Dec 2010 4:40PM
I wish the bird all the luck in the world. Great shot.
9 Dec 2010 4:45PM
It's awful to see, but that's nature unfortunately.
Excellent shot.

CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
9 Dec 2010 4:48PM
Poor fella, I do hope he makes it, not a good time of year for him, unfortunately. Carol
jeb2012 11 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2010 5:44PM
An excellent capture
jase147 11 1 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2010 6:03PM
excellent shot , poor guy hope he's on the mend soon and shows himself at the feeder to let you know
VidB 12 11 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2010 6:37PM
Nicely detailed image looks good large, he looks fit so should be ok I hope
Alan_Coles 15 178 11 Wales
10 Dec 2010 10:06AM
Good shot Paul.

Nature is a great thing but can be cruel...its the nature of the beast innit

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