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|Pipits and wagtails (Motacillidae)|
A delightful small, long-tailed and rather sprightly black and white bird. When not standing and frantically wagging its tail up and down it can be seen dashing about over lawns or car parks in search of food. It frequently calls when in its undulating flight and often gathers at dusk to form large roosts in city centres.
They can be found across the UK, leaving some of the highland and northern areas of Scotland in winter. Best looked for near water and can be found in most habitats, even town centres.
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- Daffy (95)
- [2012-07-15 13:44]
Good pic of the bird .I like the blurry background.
- [2012-07-15 16:03]
Hi Les,you call it and it turn the head just for you..ehehe..a very nice pose and original point of view,i like the excellents details too.Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
A nice pose of this wagtail, good detail and colours, excellent dof and good background.
TFS regards Bill
Excellent capture of the Motacilla alba.Great low POV,wonderful colours and excellent sharpness.Thank You.
Have a good week!
A perfect shoot. Incredible sharp details and focus. This are a wonderful species of birds. Very nice contrast against the background.