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 Stayed long enough for me to go and get a camera

Lost count of how many times they aren't there when I've returned with camera :S

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Britain's smallest duck the Teal. This is a male in breeding plumage :geek:

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Teal by Keith M, on Flickr

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First time I've managed to get a photo of a Coal Tit :)

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Coal Tit by Keith M, on Flickr

Red Kite going into a stoop

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Red Kite Stoop by Keith M, on Flickr

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A snipe chose to visit us this morning - just outside our lounge window. Taken through triple glazing, so a bit of loss of quality.

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The first half decent shots I've got of a Goosander :)

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Goosander (Male) by Keith M, on Flickr

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Goosander (Male) by Keith M, on Flickr

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A few shots from the garden today.

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Goldcrest by Keith M, on Flickr

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Goldcrest by Keith M, on Flickr

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Coal Tit by Keith M, on Flickr

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Lovely shots of the goldcrest keith. We have had a family of them in the garden for many years now and each generation seems to get just a little tamer. They're real little characters.

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1 hour ago, rabski said:

Lovely shots of the goldcrest keith. We have had a family of them in the garden for many years now and each generation seems to get just a little tamer. They're real little characters.

Thanks. I've noticed that the smallest birds often seem to be the least wary of humans and they don't get any smaller than a goldcrest! 

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