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Feeding Thrushes

Feeding Thrushes
Photo Information
Copyright: Les Bennett (williewhistler) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 82 W: 0 N: 229] (1577)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-12-22
Categories: Birds, Humorous
Camera: Nikon D 80, Nikkor AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-12-22 8:25
Viewed: 3358
Points: 3
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
There is a lot of room for improvement photographically in this shot,but I thought that the variety of thrushes feeding on a rotten apple might just brighten some ones day.Just take a look...
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ThreadThread Starter Messages Updated
To Gameangler: fieldfare and two redwingswilliewhistler 1 01-03 05:50
To CatherineD: Thrusheswilliewhistler 1 12-23 03:01
To mwmod99: Warning!Porteplume 15 12-23 01:15
To Hormon_Manyer: Warning!Porteplume 2 12-22 14:06
To Hormon_Manyer: Thingwilliewhistler 1 12-22 10:23
To mwmod99: Dark Objectwilliewhistler 1 12-22 09:23
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Have a great Christmas and happy new year Les!
George Veltchev

Dear Les,

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Best regards, László

Hello Les,
In winter it is not easy for birds to find food, specially for Song Thrushes (Turdus philomelos). They are quite shy birds and it's not easy to take photo of them, especially in poor winter light. I'm sure if you continue to give them some apples, they will continue to come and you can take a better shot. I wish you a happy Christmas time,

Hi Les,

These are a type of thrush but actually a fieldfare and two redwings

nice to have them in your garden

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