Bird Weekly · Blue Tit · Nature · Photo Challenge · Photography

Bird weekly ~ Photo Challenge ~ Birds with Yellow Feathers #Nature #Birds #Photography

For week 2 of Lisa Coleman’s Bird Weekly challenge I’m featuring the blue tit. The most common garden visitor here with yellow feathers. All but this first photo were taken in my garden.

We had a nesting pair again this year and they successfully raised their brood.

Hunting for tasty treats, maybe

No sooner in than he’s off again

No wonder he’s looking a bit harassed

Birds · Blue Tit · Dunnock · Nature · Photography · Robin

Life in the Garden #GardenBirds #Dunnock #Robin #BlueTit #Nature #Photography #Wildlife

We’re still under fairly strict restrictions here so I’ve been enjoying watching the garden birds.

I think the dunnock and robin are juveniles? They look very fluffy. This little one is having a stretch before settling down for a sunbathe.

A baby blue tit having a peek at the outside world.

The adults are keeping up their energy levels with plenty of seeds and nuts.

Lots of tasty insecty type treats to be found in the shrubs and plants

Birds · Blue Tit · Goldfinch · Nature · Photography · Raven · Robin · Wildlife

Breakfast with the birds…and then a Raven came to call (edited)… #Birds #Nature #Wildlife #Photography

Blue Tit on he feeder eating nuts
Robin on the seed feeder
Goldfinch eating seed
Raven on the roof in the sunshine

Edited to add…I now believe it’s a young crow not a raven 😒

Birds · Blue Tit · Dunnock · Nature · Photography · Robin

Back Garden Birds

After months of storms it was lovely to watch the birds enjoying some long awaited sunshine, especially as we’re confined to quarters at the moment.

The blue tits are nesting in the bird house and enjoying the cherry blossom.

Maybe the robins are nesting nearby too, although I haven’t seen any evidence of it, except that they’re around a lot, which is lovely.

I’ve haven’t noticed these little dunnocks before, they flit about so quickly it took patience and a hefty dose of luck to capture them standing still.