2015/01/20

Stjärtmes - Aegithalos caudatus - Long tailed tit

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Stjärtmes - Aegithalos caudatus - Long tailed tit
© NF Photo 150115, Tornskogen

A visit to the forest the other day gave me a rare sight. The whole family of long tailed tits visited. I think it was 8 or 9 of them. And I could enjoy them for about 10 minutes  :)
Looking at my images I can see their colors give a very good camouflage. But, their sound always gives them away.

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19 comments:

  1. Beautiful tiny birds... so delicate :D)

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  2. Great photos and very cute birds. I liked the Aussie ones you showed in the other post - but they are not nearly so cute as these ones!

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  3. They always travel in families and are a wonderful little bird to see.

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  4. They are cute birds, great shots!

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  5. Such adorable little birds, I especially like the shot where I can see the crest sticking up in the breeze. The brown and white patterns in the black of their wings and back are very pretty too. They look like stuffed toys.

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  6. What cute little birds. Just small balls of fluff with long tails!

    Iowa Voice

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  7. Love these great photos! What a wonderful sighting!

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  8. Wow! They are so tiny and super cute. Great captures of this little family.

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  9. Goa bilder på en av mina favoritfåglar!

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  10. with their cute roundness and tiny beaks they remind me of a chickadee ... I love the shape....

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  11. Oh I do think that these are such marvelous little chaps, just splendid looking~

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  12. Such adorable little birds. I love the first shot.

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  13. Such gorgeous shots ! I love these beautiful birds !

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  14. Great captures! I'm jealous, because yesterday I (tried) to snap some shots at some birds in my backyard, but didn't get a single decent shot! Nice post!

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