Friday Photo: 4 October

October 4th, 2013 at 9:05 am by Chthoniid

Given the rarity of finding one (), by itself, three seem more realistic.  One Australian immigrant I have no great objection to.

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5 Responses to “Friday Photo: 4 October”

  1. Jack5 (4,208 comments) says:

    Keep the pictures coming of wax-eyes, Chthoniid. Favourites with a lot of people in the south. Is this a composite picture? Thanks for a good start to Friday.

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  2. jcuk (501 comments) says:

    Nice …. but if the weather is cold enough* you can have many more than three as when I fed them a few winters ago… this winter just two or three finches. From feathers on the path I think a local cat got one of them. But one looks awfully fat so hopefull carrying eggs to restore the population :)
    *They come in from the hinterland for winter.

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  3. wf (312 comments) says:

    Reminds me to go and get more seed for the feeder. There are lots around Turangi.

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  4. Elaycee (4,057 comments) says:

    Hard not to like these little critters. Excellent pikkie again, Chthoniid. :)

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  5. Chthoniid (1,966 comments) says:

    @Jack5 – yes, it’s a stitched pic of 3 shots. I’m trying out some panoramic prints.

    @jcuk – ha, yes, just 3 is also unusually light on numbers. Feeding them over winter is a nice idea.

    @wf – good plan, it’s something I need to keep up with too

    @Elaycee – thanks again, yeah, I find them pretty appealing. Still trying to persuade the local gray warblers to pose for me though

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