Was working at my desk and spotted two little baby Greenfinches sitting quietly in a shrub outside the window. They were there for ages but suddenly went crazy when dad appeared, fighting each other to get some food. Took about 70 photos in a couple of minutes but only managed two in focus, clear view shots - you need a lot of luck with these things.
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Worth the effort though no matter how many shots it took.
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Its great to see the young ones appearing. Judging by the way my meal worms are going down, our won't be long
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Well captured. I saw my first baby Greenfinch today but he was feeding himself from the seed feeder.
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Wow Dave, these are Fantastic photos. How marvelous to see the young and to see them being fed, it's really great, thanks so much for putting them on here. Real happy photos :-)
EDIT: these should be in one of them lovely bird/wildlife magazines or calenders, they're that good, hope you're going to put them on your wall :-)
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Excellent Dave. Doesn't matter how many you bin as long as you have at least one good one, and you have two.
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Gorgeous shots Dave- the second one is lovely! I'm patiently waiting for the colony of sparrows to bring young uns- plenty of mealworms being taken so not too long now!
Lovely pics and lovely colours
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They are super shots and have to agree the colours are brilliant.
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Thanks everyone for the kind comments. Yes, Birdie Wild, I am building up a collection of framed photos on the wall in the spare bedroom that I use as an office. I will enjoy looking back at that one - will probably use the second photo showing the sunflower heart being passed to the baby bird.