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  • #2
    Great shots Paul.

    You seem to have a wide selection in your garden. Most of ours seem to have disappeared leaving us with sparrows.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by AlfandBen View Post
      Great shots Paul.

      You seem to have a wide selection in your garden. Most of ours seem to have disappeared leaving us with sparrows.
      I have never seen a Sparrow in my garden and I have lived here for 21 years .... I live on the edge of a wood though so I get quite a variety.
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      • #4
        Great set there Paul, I live next to park lands and also get a variety of native birds visiting.
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        • #5
          Wonderful variety and excellent shots Paul.
          Alan W

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          • #6
            good variety in your garden. some names might help us poor aussies with ID. I recognise a few of these though
            Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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            • #7
              Originally posted by avkomp View Post
              good variety in your garden. some names might help us poor aussies with ID. I recognise a few of these though
              Ok Sorry.. in order of images above.
              Jeuvenile Goldfinch
              Adult Goldfinch
              Great Tit
              Robin
              Blue Tit
              Long Tailed Tit.
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            • #8
              thanks for this. have seen goldfinches around a bit, sydney and around the lowlands. seen lots and lots around canberra though, mostly whilst sitting waiting for planes to come in.

              the only tits we get here are at the beaches in summer
              Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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              • #9
                Well done!

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