#BirdWeekly ~ Birds I Love #NaturePhotography #Birds

Lisa Coleman’s bird weekly challenge this week features favourite birds. 

After attending a Norfolk Wildlife photography day a few years ago, the elusive barn owl is now one of my favourite birds. I’ve only ever seen one in the wild a couple of times in the distance so it was amazing to be so close, especially seeing it in flight.

Another bird I enjoy seeing is the thrush. I haven’t caught sight of one for years and was quite excited when I spotted this one in the garden the other day.

And not forgetting my favourite little bird, the robin

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17 comments

  1. Beautiful images Cathy, I love owls and it’s a real treat to see them so close 💚 The robin and thrush look so sweet too and so lovely to see them visit your garden. Wishing you all a wonderful Wednesday 🤗💖🐕 xxx

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  2. These are lovely little birds. And the ELUSIVE Barn Owl. I still haven’t seen one in the wild and they are all over the US. It’s been an unusual start to the year so I have hope that I will see one at some point. 🙂

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  3. Was hiking near Grassington I think 7/8 years ago. It was an eerily misty day but two barn owls flew past the two of us and not far out of reach. It was amazing. Seen one or two more near rural roads on an evening.

    Great shots! We have lots of red kites here and garden birds but I’m not as sharp with GB knowledge. Oh, saw two woodpeckers the other day though beside cycle path, again really close. Incredible!

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