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Oct 29, 2011 15:49 |  #1

And I do not know of what kind, perhaps someone can tell me... :)

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Oct 29, 2011 16:48 |  #2

Chickadee?


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Oct 29, 2011 16:54 |  #3

mjHession wrote in post #13325934 (external link)
Chickadee?

Thank you! I have looked in google images , it is definatly a chickadee...


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Oct 29, 2011 16:56 |  #4

could be wrong but looks like a great tit http://www.rspb.org.uk …ame/g/greattit/​index.aspx (external link)


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Oct 29, 2011 17:08 |  #5

krisuk2008 wrote in post #13325952 (external link)
could be wrong but looks like a great tit http://www.rspb.org.uk …ame/g/greattit/​index.aspx (external link)

This website might be very helpful to me in future. Thanks for sharing it!


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Oct 29, 2011 18:11 |  #6

Here's another site that you may also visit for help.

http://www.allaboutbir​ds.org/guide/search (external link)


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Oct 30, 2011 00:31 |  #7

That's a Great Tit. And it's a really nice shot. Well done.


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Oct 30, 2011 07:32 |  #8

acajun wrote in post #13326230 (external link)
Here's another site that you may also visit for help.

http://www.allaboutbir​ds.org/guide/search (external link)

Thanks! Next time post a birdy shot, I will go trough both sites before asking you for answers, guys:oops:

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #13327140 (external link)
That's a Great Tit. And it's a really nice shot. Well done.

Thank you! This is a crop from the original image. With 200 mm, without any extender, I could not get much closer. Birds are quite tricky, but that makes more fun...


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Oct 30, 2011 08:10 |  #9

I see you are in Germany - the bird is called a "Kohlmeise" and is probably one of the most common birds in Europe. Here are some more pics (not mine) http://www.naturfotogr​afie-digital.de/voegel/kohl​meise-fotos.php (external link)




  
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