Coconut Grove --- stills

muckshifter

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your 'kingfisher' is a Nuthatch. Your not likely see a KF this time of year, unless you in a warmish south part of the UK. :)


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Enjoyed the pics here too AB, thanks for sharing. :D

What a philistine your landlord must be to destroy that lovely, natural area. Seems to be the norm with a lot of folk these days. See a tree and they promptly get the vapours.
 

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your 'kingfisher' is a Nuthatch. Your not likely see a KF this time of year, unless you in a warmish south part of the UK. :)


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Thanks I did wonder as it did not seem as flashy as the one I saw in summer.

So what is the treecreeper then ? It loves going up and down trunks and I have never seen it sitting on a branch. Fast little mover aswell. :D

TaffyCat philistines are saints compared to 'ol Spud. :cool:
 

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http://pic.atpic.com/2632895/600

So my little chap is not a treecreeper then :) So what is it ??
I looked at my pics and your pics back and forth and can not tell if they are the same type of bird :confused:

Ha d a quick peruse of your pics and I particularly liked one of a lake with clouds reflected in the water and another with rocks on the left with water on the right. Some really neat shots. Wish my camera was just a tad better or had a bigger pixel count. :D
 
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that pic is a tree creeper ... missed it before, they good at hiding on tree trunks
 

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