The Treecreeper is a magnificent bird, cheers.
Hi Sonjia, please ignore the comment I just sent. Whatever was wrong has rectified itself! These are lovely captures. I always find Treecreepers very difficult to get on camera but you have done wonderfully well :-) Is it in your garden? I would love to have one in mine!
Wow, a Treecreeper. I cannot remember that I have seen this bird myself. Beautiful pictures, Sonjia. It looks a bit like the Promised Land at your place with these rare birds. Well done. Have a nice evening. Greetings, Joke
I love this little acrobat!
Śliczny ptaszek z ciekawie zakrzywionym długim dziobem. Pozdrawiam walentynkowo.Cute bird with a long curved beak interesting. Valentine's day greetings.
Bob BushelIt is an interesting bird. The photos however are not so good. Perhaps next time it comes I will get better captures.
ShySongbirdYou are absolutely right they arerather difficult to photograph.I have been trying for a long time to get both the Treecreeper and the Blackcap on camera.These were taken in my garden, but not all on the same day. As we live in woodland it's difficult to find it's nest, but fortunately it comes regularly to the feeders and bird table.
Joke (Jokes Camera)Thank you Joke:) I was'nt really all that happy with the quality, but happy to see it in the garden again. We are fortunate to see many different species of birds both in the garden, and on the farm.I hope you had a lovely Valentine's Day:)
What a gorgeous little bird. Never saw it before.Have a wonderful evening.
Thank you so much for sharing these as they are new birds for me....So cute and so precious....
I smell the forest, I feel the sense of tender fragility of life ...Your photos capture unique moments with skill and poetry.Thanks Sonija to show the beauty,you look around you!Warm regards&Happy Valentine Day!Rita
Very unusual beak. Great images. Happy Valentine's Day to you.
Nice shots. They would be most welcome on my patch.
What a mysterious bird, you caught it well exploring its surroundings.
very pretty and interesting!!
Neat little bird! That's quite a beak!
Wily RonkesSo do I Wily! They are agile little birds, and quite happily creep upside-down just as easily as they do in an up right possition. Have a nice weekend.
GigaYes he is equiped with a superb beak capable of digging out insects from tree trunks and yet because it is so finely and delicately curved, the Treecreeper looks in perfect proportion. At least to me:=)Hugs.
MarijkeSo pleased you like it, and saw it here for the first time:)Have a great weekend!
NancyGood morning Nancy:)They are sweet little birds,.. so pleased you like them.Have a nice weekend.
Rita VaselliThank you dear Rita:)I greatly appreciate your charming comment.We are privileged to live in woodlands, where there is so much natural beauty to see every day.I hope you enjoy your day Rita and send you bear hugs:)
S. EtoleHi Susan:)It's bill is a remarkable tool for probing inside tree crevises to search for insects. Just another of natures wonders.I had a wonderful Valentine's Day,thank you!
Julie HargreavesThank you Julie:)
Mike AttwoodThey are lovely little birds, andmost welcome on my patch also. I love to see them creeping up the bird table, and sometimes eating from underneath the table top:)
MariaThe Treecreeper is quite a frequentvisiter to the feeders, but a very shy bird.I was happy to get these shots at last.
SusanThe Treecreeper is interesting to watch, because it's quite a little acrobat.It's also a pretty bird, I agree. Nice to see you here Sue:)
LindaHi Linda!Yes indeed, a cool creeper:)
I love photo's of birds, one of my favorite's. These are stunning!Madison:-)
My Meddling MindHello Madison:)It's nice that you passed by again.Thank you for your generous commentand I will visit you very soon.
It's a cute bird! I like her long beak, probably the insects do not like :)Many greetings!
ioan moldovanI'm certain the insects don't have much of a chance!:)Thank you for passing by, and making me smile:)
Beautiful the Treecreeper !great capture and series
Querida Sonjia, es una selección de fotos encantadora. Has logrado que el ave y el entorno estén integrados en colores. ¡Muy buen trabajo!Un abrazo. Sonia.
Sonia AguiarThank you Sonia dear:) It's so good of you to say so.Hugs.
Cute little guy. Reminds me a bit of the rock wren that hangs our by my back door.
Marta ZThe rock wren has a shorter beak but otherwise it does resemble the tree creeper. I wish I had a rock wren hanging out by my back door:=)
It was quiet allowing these beautiful photos.
Mary BrownI have never heard them sing,... only creep very quietly up the bird table. I love to see them there, and was so pleased to get these photos.Thank you for saying they are beautiful:)Hugs and kisses.
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