2013/01/15

Trädkrypare - Certhia familiaris - CommonTree creeper

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Trädkrypare - Certhia familiaris - CommonTree creeper
NF Photo 130114 

Yesterday was a great day at the forest feeder. I was standing there watching the usual tits and nuthatchers when I noticed something different on the ground. Took a while before I realized it was a Treecreeper. Never seen it on the ground like that. So this time I got some nice shots of it from different angles. The last shot, that´s some great camoflage, don´t you think. :)   


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21 comments:

  1. Jättefina bilder på din trädkrypare!
    Jag har nog sett en sån en gång och det blev mest skruttbilder med lilla kameran!
    Jo, den smälter verkligen in i mossan och barken på sista bilden.
    /Pia

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  2. Creepers are difficult to photograph! Very well done!

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  3. such a cute little bird. nice shots!

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  4. Herlig bildeserie! Nydelig bilder å se nøyere på!

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  5. What brilliant pictures. We saw a Tree Creeper a few weeks ago at one of our local Nature Reserves. From Findlay

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  6. Great photos of the Tree Creeper - they would be very hard to see against that colored bark on the tree.

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  7. Nice find!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  8. Hej!
    Tjusig serie på trädkryparen, de brukar alltid vara så svåra att få skapliga bilder på. Om de inte har eld i baken så är det dåligt ljus bland stammarna.
    Ha en fin kväll
    /Ingemar

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  9. Cute little bird, terrific captures!

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  10. One of my favorites, love the cute treecreepers. Great shots!

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  11. What a cutie nice shots!

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  12. Tree Creepers, such sweet little birds, always difficult to locate at first, but then fun to watch and photograph. You got some wonderful images~

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  13. Never heard of a tree creeper before, but it is so well camouflaged that it would be hard to see at the best of times! I love the curve in its beak!

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  14. Vilka kanon bilder du har fått på den lilla rackaren :) Vi har inte sett till vår lilla trädkrypare som var här förre året ..men vi kollar och kanske den dyker upp helt plötslig igen .. om man då ser den vill säga ..för den är otrolig svår att se :)
    kram :)

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  15. Love the textured pattern on the wings of this beautiful little one!

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  16. I love tree creepers and they are hard to get a photos of. I take some suet and smear it into cracks in the tree trunks during the winter for them and they do eat it..Michelle

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  17. Den smälter så totalt in i bakgrunden på björken att det är svårt att upptäcka den. Fina bilder.

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  18. Very nice pictures of a very nice bird - the beak is so fine.

    Thanks for linking to WBW.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne.

    PS: sorry for slow reply - I've been out of internet range in Tasmania

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  19. Yes that camouflage is amazing...I swear if I hadn't seen your other photos of the beautiful little bird first I wouldn't have spotted it.

    Those little guys that walk up trees and down are really fun to watch aren't they?

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