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By craggwildlifephotography  
thanks all for looking
Thank you everybody who voted and commented on yesterdays uploads of the robins, a special thanks to Andrew Cee for his UA much appreciated.

Todays upload i am sure is a 'song thrush' . I had noticed one in the trees a couple of weeks ago but it stayed well out of site really , but this week he/she ventured a bit nearer to the food and i managed to get a couple of captures before it flew off .Shame about the twig in front of the eye , lets hope he/she comes back soon
Hope you like them

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: NaturesHaven, boov, stuart1963 and 32 more

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abeeror2 5 23 Australia
18 Jan 2013 8:49AM
Stunning captures!

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spb 6
18 Jan 2013 8:53AM
Lovely bird! Shame that little twig is over the eye ever so slightly. Another brill photo Smile
spb 6
18 Jan 2013 8:56AM
Was this really taken with a 400D?

Quote:Was this really taken with a 400D?

No Steve somehow i must have clicked on something to change from 1DMKIV (still early in the morning yet)

achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
18 Jan 2013 9:51AM
A couple of crackers David it is a Song Thrush but not sure of sex as both look alike.


NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 10:16AM
Two first class wildlife compositions David, image two for me takes the berries.

Regards Nathan
mossy 5 46 1 England
18 Jan 2013 10:19AM
As stated a song thrush, you can tell by the inverted heart shaped spots, dam them twigs Grin. Still have not managed an image of one of these myself.
18 Jan 2013 10:46AM
Great image. Well captured.
Yes, Song Thrush. They have 'arrow-head' spots; Mistle T have round spots.
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 12:42PM
Lovely shots, the twig is a darn............ but at least the focus is on the birdGrin

Quote:Great image. Well captured.
Yes, Song Thrush. They have 'arrow-head' spots; Mistle T have round spots.

thanks for the info
Brian65 9 2 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 2:15PM
2 Cracking good shots David.
Mike_Smith Plus
10 487 1 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 5:24PM
Its nice to see a couple of Thrush shots there numbers have fallen big time in the last couple of decades great shots
JuBarney 6 26 3 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 5:52PM
2 really lovely shots
User_Removed 5 4 1 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 6:06PM
Both stunning Bob
tomcat 12 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2013 7:02PM
Good to see a Thrush uploadedSmile

18 Jan 2013 11:28PM
A great portrait of this lovely bird, so much detail, David!
rogerdoger 7 16
20 Jan 2013 6:33PM
Nice shot David, good definition and nice catchlight in eye.
16 Feb 2013 10:25PM
Stunning image of a Thrush,Dont see to many these days

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