A couple of Swallow youngsters
Maybe when they age a bit they'll not get their wings tangled in the vegetation when they land
Juvenile Pied Wagtail on our lawn.
In reply to Luluscado:
I've not seen many young GCGrebes this year, until I came across a pair in the local park. Still hanging around one parent but practically independent.
Nor do I see many young Tufties so it was nice when this group suddenly appeared on the canal. No idea where they have been hiding up until now as they are well advanced for all their fluffiness
Two juvenile Greenfinches, a Chaffinch fledgeling getting fed by its Dad and a young Spotted Flycatcher signalling"I`m here, please don´t forget me- and bring some flies please!"
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Thanks so much Alan- as you mentioned thatyou liked the young Redstarts , I´ll post some of them, too. and some other youngsters I met recently. First is a juvenile common Redstart.
This should be a young Black Redstart (?) One more, couldn´t decide which one is better...
juvenile Spotted Flycatcher A funny pose.
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