|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Chaffinches are one of the most common birds in Britain, with almost six million breeding pairs. During winter, chaffinches from northern Europe migrate to Britain. Curiously, it's typically the females that migrate - the male birds prefer to remain in Sweden. Chaffinches have been known to live for a remarkable 14 years. Details of their loud, jangling song vary from bird to bird, and there are even regional dialects in different parts of the UK.
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Great captured of the Chaffinch, suburb clarity, lovely eye-contact and beautiful natural colours,
Thanks for sharing and have a nice day,
- [2011-07-14 23:28]
wonderful closeup. great work. nice lighting and sharpness.
Well what a great shot of this Chaffinch my friend, fabulous sharpness with good detail in the plumage, superb lighting control with a nice catch-light in the eye, love the out of focus green background that pulls the bird forward, great stuff here Les and well done,
very nice photo of this bird. Amazing colours. Very nice pose of bird. Great sharpness and composition.
Have a nice weekend,
Beautiful photo. Very good composition, wonderful lighting and good sharpness.