This blue tit was visiting our rhododendron bush for some time. The cut branches are mostly used by tits to fly up to the nest box. The bush itself protects the approach very well and is so bare inside that even further distances inside the bush can be covered.
Here the blue tit looks up to the entrance of the nest box. Is the way too far? Can she reach it with a few flaps of her wings? The light comes appropriately from above for this photo, barely illuminating the background and only the blue tit’s bright head.
In the end, I guess it wasn’t so fitting, no tit family had moved into our nest box this spring. Too bad!