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Waiting for food...;-)
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Dec 23 2012 13:04 GMT Lalbabu
Still not certain whether waitaing for feeding or making a conference how to manage winter in January next year.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Anna.
Dec 23 2012 13:04 GMT hans55 PRO
waiting for food i guess ! :-)
have a nice christmas !!
Dec 23 2012 13:10 GMT senna3
That is a nice bird shot!
I seldom have a chance to photograoh a bird, let alone a whole group!
Dec 23 2012 13:13 GMT Annamaria
Ik heb elk jaar een nest in de schutting, peter en de mussen blijven de hele winter door in de buurt. Als ze eenmaal weten dat je veel voert zijn het trouwe gasten. Het zijn alleen mussen terwijl er ook grote groepen koolmezen in de buurt zitten maar die komen alleen met erg strenge winter in de tuin. net als roodborstjes. Die zie ik normaal ook nooit.
Dec 23 2012 13:42 GMT marijke06
gezellige drukte daar :)
Dec 23 2012 15:18 GMT clintonfolks
wonderful photo.!
Dec 23 2012 16:59 GMT yvonNL
tja dat weten ze vast!
Dec 23 2012 17:48 GMT ForestSpirit PRO
Lovely to see so many sparrows. They've become quite rare here.
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas, Anna-Maria!
Dec 23 2012 19:44 GMT larrybenedict
I was reading your comment to Peter and your comment about rarely seeing Robins. Over here, a Robin in the garden is an early sign of spring in northern latitudes. Our Robins are in the "Thrush" family of birds....maybe not so over there?
Dec 23 2012 21:23 GMT Annamaria
I don't know about the "early sign" , Larry! It can be possible... I know there was a Robin a few times last january. And at the same time there was a great tit.... but only a few times too....


What do you mean with "trush" family of birds...?
Dec 23 2012 22:48 GMT larrybenedict
Anna-Maria, "Thrush" is a sub-species of birds like finches, grosbeaks....different kinds, but in the same family. The various 'thrushes' feed on worms and bugs, etc instead of seeds, like the Finches. I'm not very good at explaining such things.
Dec 23 2012 23:13 GMT Annamaria
I understand it now, Larry! I didn't knew the english word "trush" Thanks for explaining!! ;-))

I have different kinds of seeds for different kinds of birds in my garden. Lets ope some of the other species will find the way to it...;-))