I Photographed Birds That Visit Our Feeder In The Garden (40 Pics)

When my wife received a positive test at the start of the year in her job as a carer in a residential home, we both had to self-isolate for three weeks. I spent the time in the garden photographing the birds that visit our feeders. We had sun, snow, ice, rain, and fog, often all on the same day but this didn’t deter the birds or me.

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Starling In The Snow

Starling In The Snow

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Soph the Loaf1 month ago

I never knew starlings had such nice colors on their plumage!2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#2 

Who Watches The Watcher? This Robin Watched Me While I Was Putting The Bird Table Together Then Stood On The Table Watching Me Watching Him

Who Watches The Watcher? This Robin Watched Me While I Was Putting The Bird Table Together Then Stood On The Table Watching Me Watching Him

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Soph the Loaf1 month ago

I love robins. Their orange bellies are so cute.2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#3 

Blue Tit Playing In The Snow

Blue Tit Playing In The Snow

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Vonny1 month ago

great photo1ReplyView more comments#4 

Fighting Starlings. The Starlings Roost At Night In Flocks Of Many Thousands, But In Small Groups, They Fight Almost Continuously

Fighting Starlings. The Starlings Roost At Night In Flocks Of Many Thousands, But In Small Groups, They Fight Almost Continuously

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Vonny1 month ago

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Long-Tailed Tits In The Snow. The Long-Tails Tend To Arrive In A Group, Make A Lot Of Noise And Fuss For A Few Minutes, And Then Disappear

Long-Tailed Tits In The Snow. The Long-Tails Tend To Arrive In A Group, Make A Lot Of Noise And Fuss For A Few Minutes, And Then Disappear

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MaggieThompson1 month ago

where we live in S.W. Oregon, we have groups of Bushtits. Similar behavior, except their tiny sweet noises are so soft one must listen very closely to hear them! The tails are just a wee bit shorter and they are a mostly plain grey colour. They love suet smeared on pinecones.2ReplyView more comments#17 

I Tried To Get Some Video Footage Of The Robins In The Snow, But They Had Other Ideas

I Tried To Get Some Video Footage Of The Robins In The Snow, But They Had Other Ideas

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Greater-Spotted Woodpecker Squaring Off To A Starling

Greater-Spotted Woodpecker Squaring Off To A Starling

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Vonny1 month ago

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Blackbird At Sunset. The “Whiskers” Visible Around Its Mouth Are Called Rictal Bristles

Blackbird At Sunset. The "Whiskers" Visible Around Its Mouth Are Called Rictal Bristles

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Toujin C’Thlu1 month ago

Cool fact3ReplyView more comments#20 

Starlings Fighting In The Snow

Starlings Fighting In The Snow

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Bruce Scheiman1 month ago

Your PICTURES are not only FASCINATING, THEY ARE FANTASTIC! The comments that you put on your PICTURE’S, are really funny and informative! THANK YOU FOR THESE AWESOME    PICS1Reply#21 

Blue Tits In The Snow

Blue Tits In The Snow

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Tam-Tam3 weeks ago

So adorable! Beautiful pictures:-)0Reply#22 

Robin Trying To Take The Lid Of The Food Tub

Robin Trying To Take The Lid Of The Food Tub

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Great Tit Chasing After A Sunflower Seed It Just Dropped

Great Tit Chasing After A Sunflower Seed It Just Dropped

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Vonny1 month ago

another great picture2Reply#24 

Woodpecker Coming In To Land

Woodpecker Coming In To Land

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Blue Tit Coming In To Land

Blue Tit Coming In To Land

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Nuthatch On The Bird Table

Nuthatch On The Bird Table

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Vonny1 month ago

I like nuthatches2ReplyView more comments#27 

Karate Robin And A Starling

Karate Robin And A Starling

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Greater-Spotted Woodpecker Enjoying A Rare Moment In The Sun

Greater-Spotted Woodpecker Enjoying A Rare Moment In The Sun

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Vonny1 month ago

but he blinked…0ReplyView more comments#29 

Red Kite Hunting In The Snow. We Are On The Edge Of The Berwyn Mountains In Wales And Often Get Visits From Red Kites

Red Kite Hunting In The Snow. We Are On The Edge Of The Berwyn Mountains In Wales And Often Get Visits From Red Kites

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Leila Noury1 month ago

Ooh! Yesterday, I saw a hawk near my home. Quite surprising for a person in the busy suburbs, y’know?1Reply#30 

Robin Sheltering From The Snow

Robin Sheltering From The Snow

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Vonny1 month ago

What type robin is this?0ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#31 

Greater-Spotted Woodpecker Waiting For A Turn On The Feeder

Greater-Spotted Woodpecker Waiting For A Turn On The Feeder

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Long-Tailed Tit At Sunset

Long-Tailed Tit At Sunset

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Starling About To Start A Fight

Starling About To Start A Fight

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Starling Taking Off. The Tips Of Its Wings Are Touching The Floor As It Launches An Attack Against Another Bird

Starling Taking Off. The Tips Of Its Wings Are Touching The Floor As It Launches An Attack Against Another Bird

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Fighting Starlings

Fighting Starlings

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Fighting Starlings

Fighting Starlings

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Me And My Shadow. A Long-Tailed Tit Making A Sharp Exit As A Starling Lands On The Feeder

Me And My Shadow. A Long-Tailed Tit Making A Sharp Exit As A Starling Lands On The Feeder

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Vonny1 month ago

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Dinner Queue

Dinner Queue

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Madison Sweeney1 month ago

looks like my house……1Reply#39 

Starling Taking Off In The Snow

Starling Taking Off In The Snow

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Thomas Bair1 month ago

Very good photography. However, our Robins are larger, have an entirety red chest and only eat earth worms they find on the ground or berries in bushes. We consider those European Starlings to be pests and deter them from our feeders. We also frequently have Cardinals, mourning doves, and other N.A. wild birds.2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#40 

Blackbird In The Snow. Blackbirds Tend To Be Messy Eaters, Especially When The Food Is Covered In Snow

Blackbird In The Snow. Blackbirds Tend To Be Messy Eaters, Especially When The Food Is Covered In Snow

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Leila Noury1 month ago

Cute!0Reply

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