Tuesday, 5 May 2015

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Birds at The Garlic Farm (Part 7)

As I walked round The Garlic Farm these were the birds I photographed although there were more small birds in the trees.  
There was Robin, these unusual darker Pigeons, Pheasants, female Blackbird, Buzzard, Chaffinch and Wood Pigeon.












I hope you enjoyed only not this last post from The Garlic Farm but the previous 6 posts and I am linking this post with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.

I have to thank Colin Boswell for taking the time to show me round his wonderful farm and I look forward to the next visit when I return to the I.O.W.

Many thanks for your visits and also to all those who left comments.

16 comments:

  1. Brilliant shooting Margaret.

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  2. I'm always jealous when I see a photo of a European Robin. The American Robin is not nearly so cute!

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  3. These are all amazing shots! Beautiful birds.

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  4. Hello Margaret,
    Your photos are beautiful as usual.
    All these birds are delightful.
    I am delighted.
    Greetings.

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  5. Love the colors on those pheasants!

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  6. A terrific series. Great in-flights, and that robin is so cute!

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  7. Hello Margaret, wonderful variety.. I love the Robin and the Buzzard.. Great photos.

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  8. A great series of birds but the robin would be my favorite!

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  9. That dark-colored pigeon is pretty. I always enjoy seeing your bird photos.

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  10. Beautiful photos of beautiful birds, Margaret!! blessings ~ tanna

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  11. Beautiful captures. I enjoyed your series on the Garlic Farm.

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  12. Exceptionally beautiful captures, Margaret. You have done a great job of capturing both the stationary birds and the ones in flight.
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  13. lovely and well known birds all of them :)

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  14. Have so enjoyed the Garlic Farm set of posts and indeed all your IofW photos and text. You've whetted my appetite even more for our return visit this summer - thank you :)

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