Chaffinch
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I caught this chaffinch in the evening in the woods along the gravel road near our settlement. He sat next to me in the tree and seemed to enjoy the rays of the evening sun. If you look closely, you … read more or write a comment …

Bullfinches
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The bullfinches are rare guests in our garden. Once I had seen the female bullfinch first in the feeder and when I had the camera ready, she retreated to the lilac bush behind it to feed in peace on the … read more or write a comment …

Blue tit in rose bush
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In times of pandemic, the home garden must also be used for nature photography. We have a variety of garden birds around us, some also breed on our property and so it is always a pleasure when I get one … read more or write a comment …

Swans on the flooded Junkernfeld
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Along the lower Seeve, the area Junkernfeld runs through the nature reserve. In summer the checkerboard flowers bloom here, but at the end of winter many parts of it are still flooded lake-like. Many waterfowl can be found there, like … read more or write a comment …

Long-tailed tits
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Rarely do long-tailed tits visit our garden. In recent years, I had the pleasure of watching them once in the spring, when the branch tits roamed the neighbor’s garden. This year was different, the nut nets seem to attract the … read more or write a comment …

Winter guests in our garden
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We have a bird feeder on our terrace and some wrought iron poles from which we like to hang nut nets. It is always nice to see how the blue tits look for their way to the food and slowly … read more or write a comment …

»Will it taste good?«
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So the robin looks at the acorns on the path in front of him. While I suspect it saw something else, I think it’s just beautiful to watch the robins foraging here. What I love about this subject is the … read more or write a comment …

Robin searching for food
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There is a small old path on the edge of the Kattenberg Nord development area near our home, which is lined with stately old oak trees. The first 100 meters it leads past a beech hedge of a quite old … read more or write a comment …

Crested crane in an unusual perspective
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Together with the stork, a crested crane had been released into the air at the end of the flight show. I caught him especially in this one funny perspective — from below. The special thing about this perspective is that … read more or write a comment …

Stork in flight
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What a majestic bird! I don’t get to catch a stork flying by from this proximity every day. At the flight show in the Wildlife Park Schwarze Berge, after the demonstration of the eagles, falcons and owls, a stork and … read more or write a comment …

Wildlife Park Schwarze Berge — Eagle Owl
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One of the most fascinating creatures on earth for me is the owl. I love the plumage, its silent flight and the eyes! Again and again the big shining eyes! So also here in my recording during the flight show … read more or write a comment …

Wildlife Park Schwarze Berge — Storks
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When I saw a couple of storks in the wildlife park Schwarze Berge at theduck pond, it was clear that I would take some photos here again. That one stork — I suppose a stork lady — played around with … read more or write a comment …

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