A Wildlife Gunslinger.
such beautiful birds! your siskin is almost like what we call a goldfinch. love this set.
These are absolutely gorgeous, Keith. Your Goldfinch is so much more colorful than ours. I love the yellow and black of ours, but that red mask on yours is so beautiful.
Beautiful collection, Keith. Looks like you had a really good one at Wales.
Thanks Theresa. Yea, they do look similar.Thanks Linda. I think our Goldfinch is one of our most colourful birds over here.Choy Wai, thank you. Yea, I had a great time. :-)
That's one stunning set of images Keith, great captures...[;o)
Great captures as usualKeith.The Daffodils are very pretty and so is the Goldfinch!Shantana
Thank you Trevor. The sun made a big difference.Shantana, thank you. :-)
They're all lovely.
Hi Keith....Lovely group of bird shots...especially like the ones with the tree buds that give a littl spark to the photo...and my favorite is the Redpoll, but thewre all great!!Hugs Grace
I love that Goldfinch with the red face, is it a male or female? Beautiful post Keith!
Ohh.. so beautiful! I missed your photos:) I wish I had more time to look through your blg:)
What a great series of photos. The Goldfinch with the red face is one not seen around here. Thanks for sharing.
Keith, lovely shots! I really like the Daffodils!
Keith yet another great selection, well done.
Thanks JoLynne :-)Thanks Grace. Nice to see you return. Hope the eye is better. :-)Thank you Wanda. Hard to tell the sexes apart with these. I think it depends on how much red is on the face.Thank you Joanna. Good to see you again. :-)Thank you Larry, glad you enjoyed them.Thanks Robin.Thank you Bob.
You got some great close ups there Keith....ALL Lovely and I tried to name each before reading the captions and GOT 100%, thanks to my blog friends like YOU, I now am familiar with the birds of the UK, without ever setting foot there... HOW cool is that???
Thanks Sondra.100%? Well done. If you ever come over here for a visit, you can be my bird guide lol
Super selection of 'Welsh' birds, Keith. The colour and vibrancy of that Yellowhammer is just stunning!
Thanks Jeremy. The Yellowhammer is certainly bright; like a Canary. :-)