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juvenile,judging by the red cap.
The "white" areas are dull gray and its red bloomers are more subdued.
The front feeder has a male chaffinch and I think that the back feeder sports blue tits.
Is that a blurry blackbird in the bush at the front?
Female Chaffinch in flight me thinks rather than blackbird. There is a green rump and the wing bars are visible.
Agreed! I think that there is even a hint of white in the tail.
I was trying to push myself. If I don't make mistakes and folk, such as yourself, don't pull me up on them then I won't learn.
Since January, I have gone from knowing nothing to next to nothing. I am really pleased with my progress:-)
...attitude Bill and iSpot is just such a great resource for learning. As for making mistakes, one of my favourite quotations is:
“If you don't make mistakes, you are not working on hard enough problems. And that's a big mistake.”
Frank Wilczek - Nobel winning physicist.
Taking pictures of birds is not my strongest point. I saw a lovely willow warbler the other day, but just got a brownish blur :(
Lat/Lng: 54.2745, -2.9136
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