The tailless European robin and others posing

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hwvlover
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Re: The tailless European robin and others posing

snappyden wrote:

hwvlover wrote:

This little bird shows no sign yet of growing a new tail, I guess if it is to happen it will be at the next moult. It is still flourishing .

A juvenile robin, not long left the nest. It will start getting the traditional robin colours as it moults.

And a male greenfinch

An adult blue tit, starting to recover condition after the trials and tribulations of raising the chicks.

A juvenile European goldfinch, again the traditional colours come when the bird starts moulting.

And an adult.

Regards,
David
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Growing old is inevitable; growing up, however, is optional.
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David,

As usual, stellar photos and great info.

Best,

Den

As always that is very kind of you Den, thank you.

Regards,
David
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Growing old is inevitable; growing up, however, is optional.
And I have opted out as my intention is to die young as late as possible.

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