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  jean113 2022-02-11 9:10

Hello Duc, a beautiful sharp shot of the parent feeding the chick.
The shallow depth of field works really well.
The birds are so colourful.
Kind regards, Jean.

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Default To kasianowak: Bird Watch

Thank you for your thoughtful critique.

My bird watch was interesting.
The most common was the green finch, followed by sparrow, starling, chaffinch, great tit, coal tit and blue tit, all the same. Because we live on the edge of farmland, I also saw, pheasant, collared doves, wood pigeons and an odd duck!
Surprisingly, whilst I was watching, I saw no robins, no gold finches or wrens, which are usually hopping around.

The number of birds visiting the garden does seem fewer than previous years. Maybe there are fewer or maybe, because the weather has been generally less cold, they haven't needed to come to the feeders.

How did you go on?

Kind regards,
Bev :-)
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