Sunday, 8 February 2009

Thrushes at the feeders

Six hours in the cold staring through the viewfinder and I was frozen, but these little bundles of feathers are out in it day and night, you just have to admire their ability to survive in this winter spell we are going through.
They certainly are getting through some food! usually the Fieldfare and Mistle Thrushes are wary, but they are not far away as the feeders are topped up, and straight back as soon as you are hidden away.






2 comments:

Sarah said...

Hi--I'd like to get permission to use one of your brown hare photographs for a reproduction drawing. My email is scbroyles@sbcglobal.net Thanks! Sarah

Tabib said...

Your six hours patience paid off with all this stunning pictures.