The snow came and with it some long-tailed tits to the feeder

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Who could resist a quick snap shot of these pretty little birds. A most welcome sight to any garden feeder.

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Comments (8)

David Brown Photogra… on January 22, 2013

Is this a suet feeder Nik?

I have just started trying to attract birds to either of 2 I have acquired. Neither has seen a single bird in the two weeks they have been out!

These look great and very busy!

NikonWoman on January 22, 2013

Hi Jethro,

Yep, suet balls in this feeder. I also have similar but mixed with fruit that the birds love, especially the woodpecker! Peanuts and seed feeder do equally well with the Nuthatch being mostly fond of the peanuts. There has been a bit a bad weather this week so the feeders have been busy. Have faith, once you have been "discovered" the hardest of your work will be keeping them going.

Regards, Nik

Unda J. on January 22, 2013

i think they look like little pandas :)) though allways busy.. when they attack your feeder- nothing is left afterwards :)) winter is only time to see them on feeders. people like you are blessing to wildlife!

David Brown Photogra… on January 22, 2013

I shall keep hoping I get discovered soon then. Many thanks for the advice - David or Jethro or whoever

c. bayer engel (baye… on January 29, 2013

sehr niedlich, like

NikonWoman on January 31, 2013

Thank you! I love these little birds, they are fun to watch. Thank you for your visit and comments. Regards, NikonWoman

gontrandbayard@sfr.f… on February 1, 2013

superbe elles viennent aussi chez moi en bande

NikonWoman on February 1, 2013

Thank you. I don't get them to feed from the hand but I am lucky to get so many different birds coming to the feeders.

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  • Uploaded on January 21, 2013
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    by NikonWoman
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX200 IS
    • Taken on 2013/01/19 14:15:20
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/125)
    • Focal Length: 60.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO250
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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