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|Blu Tit nest at the bottom of 1 meter high metal pipe dug in the yard.|
You can take a look at what happened with them in 10 days:) Just click a link below.
The Blue Tit Parus caeruleus (syn. Cyanistes caeruleus), is a 10.5 to 12 cm long passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is a widespread and common resident breeder throughout temperate and subarctic Europe and western Asia in deciduous or mixed woodlands. It is a resident bird, i.e., most birds do not migrate.
The azure blue crown and dark blue line passing through the eye and encircling the white cheeks to the chin, give the Blue Tit a very distinctive appearance. The forehead, eyestreak, and a bar on the wing are also white. The nape, wings and tail are blue; the back is yellowish green; the under parts mostly sulphur-yellow with a dark line down the abdomen. The bill is black, the legs bluish grey, and the irides dark brown. The young are much yellower than the old birds.
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- [2006-08-22 11:39]
A warm welcome to TN, Siarhei. : )
That is an absolutely astounding shot.
Congratulations on this most unusual capture.
Excellent focus and exposure showing wonderful details of these little ones. An amazing and very interesting sight.
Thank you for sharing. : )
- [2006-08-23 15:07]
Wow just amazing. I love the two shots, great story
This is an excellent shot of so many babes. I have never seen anything like this before. Thank you for sharing this lovely image. :-)
- [2006-09-24 23:17]
Nice pie! Amazing shot. Good focus and exposure. Excellent detail. Good idea to have posted the follow up of this image. TFS.
- [2006-10-25 10:34]
They are really cute!!
These are such fantastic photos! They are so precious!