2011/12/25

Trädkrypare - Certhia familiaris - CommonTree creeper

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Trädkrypare - Certhia familiaris - CommonTree creeper
NF Photo 111126
They are acrobatic, are they not? :)

World Bird Wednesday LVIII
Bird Photography Weekly 174
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21 comments:

  1. Cool shot of the tree creeper! They are neat birds to see. Great photo.

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  2. Ah, I love creepers. We have a species here in North America (Brown Creeper) but I've recently moved nearly out of their regular range and I haven't seen one in ages. :( I just love your picture of this acrobatic cutie.

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  3. Beautiful capture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  4. Lovely shot. They're always on the move.

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  5. smart bird and tricky to capture them well

    this upside down shot is perfect

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  6. Great photo - I like the way it is hanging upside down.

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  7. What a great photo! Nicely done!

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  8. aren't they amazing, aerobatic skills!

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  9. Oh yes, they are! They are also sweet:)

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  10. Great capture of this little acrobat/clown! They are so fun to watch.

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  11. I only saw my first Tree Creeper last year and I was just so happy watching it go up and down the tree trunk, checking out crevices for insects. Your image is wonderful!

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  12. Funny you should post the creeper. The Brown creeper is supposed to be a fairly common bird around here but after seven years I saw my first one last week! Thank goodness I got a weak reference pic to ID it with. Your shot is wonderful! I hope I get another chance!
    Happy New Year!

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  13. If you´ve seen it once you probably will again. I learned that this bird you have to learn to see. Because you don´t actually see it. You see its movements first. Then you find it. So, good luck. :)

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  14. What a beautiful shot! I love these fast little guys :D

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  15. Härlig bild på den svår fotograferade trädkryparen.
    Gott Nytt År!
    /Ingemar

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  16. Beautiful image! They move so fast, they are hard to catch; yours is perfect. Have a happy and productive New Year!

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