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Bryan J. Smith / 15 items

N 2 B 476 C 1 E Apr 3, 2011 F Apr 2, 2011
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Common Crane, Grus grus, 96 - 119 cm. / 37.8 - 46.9 in. Bogs in boreal forest, roadbeds in lakes or along rivers in forested habitats. Photographed in September 2005.

Öoland, Sweden.

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Tags:   Common Crane Grus grus Birds of Sweden Birds of Europe Gruidae Cranes ©bryanjsmith

N 0 B 96 C 0 E Jul 10, 2011 F Jul 10, 2011
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Eurasian Kestrel (Eurasian), Falco tinnuniculus tinnuniculus, 31 - 37 cm. / 12 - 14.6 in. COMMON in open country, on plains, by airfields, arable fields, heaths and marshes interspersed with woods or copses. Photographed in September 2005. Handheld Canon 40D, EOS 500mm USM IS I and 1.4x.

Forebo, Kalmer Lan, Sweden.

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Tags:   Eurasian Kestrel Falco tinnunculus Falconidae Birds of Sweden Birds of Europe Falcons and Caracaras ©bryanjsmith

N 1 B 250 C 2 E Jul 10, 2011 F Jul 10, 2011
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Eurasian Robin, Erithacus rubella melophilus, 12.5 - 14 cm. / 4.9 - 5.5 in. COMMON. Woodlands, gardens, parks, forest edge, usually with some dense vegetation and open areas, also spruce and mixed forest. Freshly shackled. Photographed in September 2005.

Ottenby, Sweden.

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Tags:   Birds of Sweden Birds of Europe European Robin Erithacus rubecula Erithacus rubecula melophilus Old World Flycatchers Muscicapidae

N 0 B 108 C 0 E Jul 10, 2011 F Jul 10, 2011
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Spotted Flycatcher (Spotted), Muscicapa striata striata, 13.5 - 15 cm. / 5.3 - 5.9 in. COMMON. Gardens, parks and forests with small openings. Photographed in September 2005.

Falsterbo, Öland, Sweden.

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Tags:   Spotted Flycatcher Muscicapa striata Birds of Sweden Birds of Europe Muscicapidae Old World Flycatchers ©bryanjsmith

N 0 B 183 C 0 E Jul 10, 2011 F Jul 10, 2011
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Long-tailed Tit, Aegithalos caudates, caudatus, 13 - 15 cm. / 5 - 5.9 in. (of which mostly tail). COMMON. Deciduous and mixed woods with rich undergrowth and some dead or dying trees. Photographed in September 2005.

King's Forest, Ottenby, Sweden.

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Tags:   Long-tailed Tit Aegithalos caudatus Birds of Sweden Birds of Europe Aegithalidae Long-tailed Tits ©bryanjsmith


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