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CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
8 Jun 2010 8:41AM
Well timed and captured, Dan. Carol

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davidhu 10 19 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 8:41AM
Excellent capture, straight out of Springwatch.
Dave
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 8:42AM
Dan, that looks an awefully small exit for him,
breath in springs to mind
a very well timed shot,
Lillian
Richsr Plus
9 90 222 England
8 Jun 2010 8:52AM
Like the timing on this capture Danny.
Regards Richard
MickyMc 8 8 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 8:53AM
What a busy boy and what a great moment to capture him.

Hope you have ordered some good light for tonight
x
franken Plus
13 3.9k 4 Wales
8 Jun 2010 9:02AM
Super capture.

Ken
bokeh 8 2 Romania
8 Jun 2010 9:05AM
great capture,well spotted
mirc
GeorgeLedger 10 2 1
8 Jun 2010 9:40AM
Great wildlife study of this Kingfisher! (male Great Spotted Woodpecker - Dendrocopos major). Even if you don't always get the birds names right you manage to take some great photos.

This certainly supports sexual stereotypes - that the male leaves the nest without doing any tidying up. If this was the felame she would have fed the young and done some cleaning and would be carrying out some of the rubbish.

See you tonight and I've even remembered about the voting thing!
Adderwatcher 6 60 19 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 9:41AM
Wonderful shot!
Scott
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
8 Jun 2010 11:12AM
Spot on with timing with this great capture.

Albert
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 11:47AM
He's off to T's for coffee. Having eaten all the wood from that hole he made I doubt he'll have room for a doughnut, though.
Bill
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
8 Jun 2010 12:32PM
A common occurance here Danny.The male leaving the nest after being thoroughly fed up !! And I must take issue with George regarding his comment about the females taking some of the rubbish out.What is wrong with them taking ALL of the rubbish out !!
Good shot.
Mick.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1462 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 12:45PM
He has a guilty, nervous look - are you sure that's his own nest that he's been visiting?
Moira
Nice work Danny keep 'em coming they do look good.

Dougie
danbrann Plus
11 616 17
8 Jun 2010 1:45PM

Quote:He has a guilty, nervous look - are you sure that's his own nest that he's been visiting?
Moira[/quote

Oh yes Moira It is His...he is not a Prudhoe woodpecker.

Bob_V 8 1 2 United States
8 Jun 2010 2:44PM
A well timed capture Dan.
Bob
DiegoDesigns 10 117 6 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 4:04PM
A tight squeeze Danny, great capture... Dave
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 4:16PM
great comp cracking colours and detail dan a beauty nice one Wink
andy
Natzdad 7 29 2 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2010 8:57PM
is he coming or going ?????? nice shot..........Mick
Roly 9 Wales
8 Jun 2010 9:40PM
Well captured Dan.
9 Jun 2010 8:30AM
What can be better than a Northumbrian blether??
Coming, going, tidying up... male, female... rubbish! Love every word of it................!
My comment: He was just too big for the female to get him out of the nest in her beak together with all the rubbish... so she kicked him in his a.... and showed him through that tiny hole! That for the surprised expression in his face.
Sorry! Wink

A lovely image captured in the right moment,
Johanna

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