Greetings from my orchard

here you  pictures i managed to take last confinement months in Southern Spain, i stayed with my familiy in my homtown so i could take some interesting pictures i think. I hope you like it

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  • Beautiful yellow bird the first one David, what is it please? Also the third one making it's nest out of cobwebs?

    Lot to learn

  • Goodness, I haven't seen a Golden Oriole for years - happy memories of being on Summer holidays in Spain as a child. Bee Eaters, Orioles, Rollers and Hoopoe

    Cin J

  • A'ha, Golden Oriole - thanks Caroline, I didn't get to Spain so that is my excuse for not knowing:-)

    Lot to learn

  • Hi, apologies for not having answered you before gaynorsl. As Germain said, that's a Goleden Oriole. It was the first time i have managed to get it. Here you are another view i did

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  • i ve stayed there  from last March to June, four entire months during which i could take some good pictures...

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  • i ve stayed there  from last March to June, four entire months during which i could take some good pictures...

    https://community.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/f/wildlife-questions/204686/help-to-attract-wildlife-please/1262467#1262467

  • By the way, could anyone tell me which kind of bird it is?

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  • By the way, could anyone tell me which kind of bird it is?

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  • You take a risk with me giving an id David - I'm known to be terribly wrong!! but could the first be a male chaffinch and the second a Wren?

    Lot to learn