|Copyright: Jane Ogilvie (star05)
|Date Taken: 2008|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-08-11 16:27|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Taken in the back yard..He looks like he has a popcorn ball but tis suet.. |
Field Guide: The common nuthatch of the Eastern United States are generally sedentary, but sometimes in the fall if they turn up along the outer beaches it's an indication of migration taking place. Pairs seem to remain together year-round. In the dead of winter they often join other species such as chickadees, woodpeckers, kinglets, and often remain in their territories..
They are familiar visitors to bird feeders..
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lovely image of the nuthatch on his caracteristic pose,
i love his glance to the food in his mouth,
fine POV and framing, excellent sharpness and details
we can even see his tongue, TFS
- [2008-08-16 20:30]
Hello Jane, very nice shot of the nuthatch, great sharpness and very good exposure, well done, thanks!