This blog is a result of the many hours spent on watching
nature. The photos here were taken by my husband, Piotr, and me during our trips.
Hope you'll enjoy!

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Jackdaw



I love watching them when they seem to be entirely involved in watching me. For more birds visit World Bird Wednesday

21 comments:

holdingmoments said...

Lovely captures Joo.
I was watching some of these today. Clever birds, and fascinating to watch.

Marissa ♥ said...

It looks like you were able to get very close to him. Nice captures!

texwisgirl said...

i love the name of these birds! just makes me smile!

Andrew said...

My favourite member of the crow family.
I love their beautiful light eyes and have a great view of them in a big tree behind my little garden.

mick said...

Nice captures of the bird you were watching.

Gary said...

Careful Joo, he looks like he wants to move in!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Frank said...

Lovely views joo. I don't think a Jackdaw has actually dropped in on us here but regularly fly over.

MaineBirder said...

Very nice captures! Interesting bird.

Springman said...

Someones at the door Hon'!

eileeninmd said...

Great captures of the Jackdaw! Is it looking for food?

Modesto Viegas said...

Nice captures!

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Fotokarusellen said...

Great close up shots.

Jacob said...

These birds, I believe, are relatively social and unafraid. Still, you did very well getting such good photos of them!

Carletta said...

I like how you were able to capture their 'midnight' color. Such lovely coloring.
He seems to be looking at his shadow too. :)
Nice shots!

Pat said...

Lovely, clever birds! Nice shots!

Marias Teater said...

You want me to use english, don't you? Your bird is fine! But to know that it is unusally smart bird that is seeking human contact is special. Really nice pictures!

Flo de Sendai said...

What an interesting bird !
I love your animal photos, BRAVO !!!

dreamfalcon said...

I love to hear Jackdaws. In English their name is just perfect cause that's how they sound "jack-daw"

JM said...

Very cool shots, Joo!

Haddock said...

Nothing like observing nature.
These guys are pretty fast and quick in their movement, always on the lookout for some other bird from whom they can grab a morsel.

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