Wednesday 29 November 2023

NOVEMBER BIRDS

Before the leaves fell from the trees, I took some photos of birds to get the autumn colour in the background and here they are, ....not a lot of different species, but they are the ones I see the most. 




































44 comments:

Marie Smith said...

Such great photos. Love the look of the fall colours behind these little beauties.

Angie's Recipes said...

Beautiful critters! There are many of them I can't recognize though.

Marit said...

Dear Sonjia :)

I love to see your beautiful photos. The Blue Tit is my favourite. It gives me so much joy to watch birds every day. Here it's winter, and they eat a lot!
Take care, and have a wonderful day!
Many warm hugs.

Irma said...

Hello Sonjia,
What beautiful photos of the different birds.
My favorite is the crested tit because this bird is almost non-existent here and I think that is such a shame.
Greetings Irma

eileeninmd said...

Wow, they are all beautiful birds and great photos Sonjia!
The Crested Tit is lovely! Cute Robin, they are adorable.
Great post! Take care, have a great day!

roentare said...

smaller birds are much cuter

MadSnapper said...

smiled all the way through. each photo makes me want to cuddle the bird, i know i can't but that is how they make me feel, some of them have funny, cute or intellgent looks on their faces.

sami niilola said...

Superb. So beautiful little birds. Greetings.

Jeanie said...

Oh my, these are marvelous photos. I don't know what all of them are (but yes, some!) and it doesn't matter a bit. Beautifully done, these are winners.

Debbie said...

the birds are so beautiful, the background color is gorgeous!! your chickadees are so lovely, the yellow is striking!! i think the bird with the orange is your robin, it is a real cutie!!

for me, capturing pictures of the birds is easier when the leaves are off the trees. right now, my trees are pretty bare, but i think i have a hawk hanging around as the birds have been sparse!!

Rostrose said...

Such delightful visitors are coming to you, dear Sonjia! Your balcony is obviously very popular with the birds, and they are very pretty specimens. Your robin reminds me that I saw one jumping around in our meadow yesterday, but only for a very short time and without the opportunity to photograph it. (They are very rare visitors here.) But I'm glad it's so shy, because that way it can hopefully protect itself from the roaming cats. (I'm always torn between love of birds and love of cats... Luckily our guest cat Samia isn't a good hunter.)
Thank you very much for visiting my blog and leaving me such lovely words.
Hugs from Austria, Traude
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Richard Pegler said...

Common birds are still beautiful as you have shown here in your delightful photos, Sonjia, combining them with the wonderful colours of autumn. And I still get jealous when you show me a Crested Tit, as they're a bird that is not easily found in UK.

Best wishes from England where the temperatures have been below zero for most of the last couple of days. Take good care - - - Richard

La Biosfera de Lola said...

Hola Sonjia. Las fotos son espectaculares y estas maravillosas aves son también de las mas abundantes aquí. Besos

Paola said...

Che foto stupende!

David James Slater said...

Good Morning Sonjia,
Once again you show your great skill in capturing a precious moment .Some birds seem to be looking straight at you and yet I know that you are hiding from them with just your camera poking out.

This N That said...

Lovely birds and great pictures..Thanks for sharing..hope all is well with you,

John's Island said...

Hello Sonija 😊
What a delightful post with so many sweet photos of birds. So many of the little birds look like they were just waiting for you to snap the camera. Image #4 of 17 definitely brings a smile to my face. I do love the autumn colors in the backgrounds. Thank you for sharing your photos! Very best regards to you and a happy weekend ahead.
John

eileeninmd said...

Hello Sonjia,

I just loved all these cute birds! Adorable collection of photos.
The backgrounds do look lovely too. I would love to see the Crested Tit.
Great post! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a great weekend.

Tom said...

...Sonjia, you found a bounty of fabulous feathered friend, thank you! I hope that you are feeling better.

Iris Flavia said...

I have a bird-feeder outside and I think they´re maybe the same wee ones that visit :-)
Thank you for the wonderful captures!

RedPat said...

That is a lovely series of pics. Such cute birds.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You took some amazing close ups! They look real on my computer. And it sure is easier to ID them when you get this much detail!

Bill said...

Wow, you captured the beauty of the small cute birds. What a nice variety, thanks for sharing.

Phil Slade said...

Hi Sonjia. Apart from the Crested Tit those are species I see a lot but can hardly ever photograph. The tit family are just so active and always on the move especially so the Coal Tit, almost impossible to get pics. It's cold up here this week with icy nights and cold days. I hope you are better off down there.

Teresa said...

Hiciste unas fotografías preciosas de esos bonitos pájaros, también veo alguno de ellos en mi jardín. Besos.

Teresa said...

Hiciste unas preciosas fotografías de esos lindos pajaritos, algunos de ellos los veo en mi jardín. Besos.

Mae Travels said...

What successful photos! Closing in on the bird and having a nice bokeh is great.
best, mae at maefood.blogspot.com

Jim and Barb's Adventures said...

I just took a peak at your average temperature by month. I am guessing you have good bird viewing every month of the year. We are about to hit our low when it comes to birds with the average temperature in the 20's and 30'sF.
You have some great shots there!

MELODY JACOB said...

I love to see your beautiful photos.

MELODY JACOB said...

Amazing pictures. I adore how these tiny beauties have the autumn colours behind them.

Violetta said...

Very nice pics of these birds, which names I even don not know in german I think. But it seems to me, that I recognized a sparrow (Spatz). You have lot´s of visitors at your garden?
All the best
Violetta - thanks for stopping by at my blog.
https://violettaarden9.blogspot.com/2023/12/lumagica-der-magische-lichterpark.html

J. S. Vila said...

Curious beautiful photographs of the birds in the Nature. I observé that all have the same size moreless. Very nice details of the birds in the photographs.

DeniseinVA said...

Hello Dear Sonjia, great photos of these delightful little birds. Love them all :) Wishing you a very happy week!

Elderberry-Rob said...

really delightful photos, hope there's plenty of food out for them :) I am reminded to get some feeders up as the cold weather has arrived here.

Rajani Rehana said...

Beautiful blog

Rajani Rehana said...

Beautiful blog

Veronica Lee said...

These are stunning birds, Sonjia!
Your photos really capture their beauty.

Hugs and blessings

Debbie said...

back for a second look, isn't it amazing the birds come right up on to your balcony!!

Rostrose said...

Hope you had a good start to December, dear Sonjia!
All the best, Traude
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https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2023/12/osterreichische-nationalbibliothek.html

Lowcarb team member said...

What a joy it is to scroll up and down your post looking at your lovely bird photographs. I was trying to choose a favourite but can't! I like them all :)

Happy December Wishes.

All the best Jan

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Fabulous images of this beautiful species... Regards

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Mario said...

Vert good photos Sonjia. You have great skill. I am also a photographer but still learning and not up to your standard yet. Do you photograph anything other than birds? I have only recently been recommended to view your Breathtaking Blog. I take shots of anything that takes my eye such as tiny animals and creepy crawlies. Do you? Have you spotted anything unusual? I saw a stubby creature crawling up the garden path the other day.It did not appear to have any legs and was about 14cm long.It was pinkish in colour and wriggled when I touched it so it appeared to be quite sensitive but not aggressive.Have you seen one.I think that they are quite rare here in Malta.

Nick Morgan said...

Lovely pictures, Sonjia. Funny, I was just saying to my wife this morning that we are so complacent about our native birds. They are so beautifully coloured and almost as good as many exotic tropical birds. Just because we see them every day we just think they are normal!!

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