Not, it would seem, happy with each other.
No interactions present.
The bird on the right anyway.
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What about the one on the left? Me, I don't know, I admit it. It might not be possible to tell for sure. I don't know that, either!
Are you any good on otter tracks? I posted some footprints I found yesterday (under mammals). They were certainly interesting.
That is trickier, it looks quite a lot lighter so I'm undecided. Someone more knowledgeable with Redpolls should offer a better opinion.
Otter tracks, ill have a look but it's not my field really.
Both Lesser Redpoll, almost certainly. Common would have whiter wing bars and paler upperparts.
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Nice action shot Simon, well captured.
I've been experimenting with fast exposure time to catch birds in flight. Pretty tricky - you can't compose your shot very well, you just have to shoot and hope for some success. This one was 1/4000th second. I've got some way to go with this game though.
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