Saturday, 19 July 2014

Feeder Friends.

A few images of two of our regular garden visitors, the Starling and House Sparrow, sharing one of the feeders filled with suet with meal worm pellets.

 A male House Sparrow sharing with a Starling.

Two juveniles happily gorging themselves. At any other time of the year the Starlings rarely allow anyone else to occupy the feeder.

"I'm sure someone is watching me through that window".

"I've got it all to myself so time to get stuck in".

All these shots were taken 'through the window' with the 450D and 70-300mm lens. For this months images of Birds, Butterflies and Odonata please check out my photo blog.  FAB.

21 comments:

  1. Thats interesting Frank. My feeders are dead at the moment, I was wondering what the pellets were as your birds seem to be enjoying them.

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  2. I am seeing a lot of these sparrows at my feeders too. Great shots! Thank you for linking up to my critter party. Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Very nice Frank. We don't get the House Sparrows here, but in town they have them and the Starlings only visit our feeders in the harsh Winter days~

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  4. Heerlijk zo kan je vanuit huis ook heerlijk genieten.

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  5. Marvelous photos Frank and so much fun to look at.

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  6. Beautiful shots. I'm also curious about the pellets.

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  7. Lovely photos of these beautiful birds. Have a lovely evening.

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  8. Hi sandyland and Pat,

    The feeder is filled with suet with meal worm pellets.

    Cheers, FAB.

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  9. Great photos of the birds :)
    Greetings

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  10. Beautiful clear images of the birds.

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  11. Great pictures. Nice to see they can share nicely.

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  12. You just reminded me I need to fill my feeder. Don't you love your feeder birds. They are like part of your family.

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  13. yes, there is food for everyone. :)

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  14. Nice set! We have both at our feeders, too.

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  15. Awwww, sweet, sweet images. And so close-up and personal. Your wonderful images shows their singular personality!! Love it.

    Thanks for linking up this weekend!!

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  16. Great photos. Birds, even common birds, are so cool when you observe them up close.


    Iowa Voice

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  17. Great close up of birds feeding Frank

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