Your Favourite Bird?

Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Yogibear, Jul 29, 2018.

  1. Yogibear

    Yogibear Let it be Banned

    For me it's a simple choice between two birds that have been around me for as long as I can remember. The Robin and the Blackbird. The male blackbird with the dark plumage and bright yellow beak is lovely, but I'm going for the Robin. Just a wonderful little bird that that always seems to be close.
     
  2. blairsh

    blairsh Face. Sodding. Your. Shut

    I don't want to go all "Pogo", but ths was done (with poll) once already this year, yo.
     
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  3. Yogibear

    Yogibear Let it be Banned

    I did search but didn't see it. If mods want to remove it or add to it that's fine by me.
     
  4. blairsh

    blairsh Face. Sodding. Your. Shut

  5. Yogibear

    Yogibear Let it be Banned

  6. blairsh

    blairsh Face. Sodding. Your. Shut

    I don't actually gve a fuck :thumbs:
     
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  7. Supine

    Supine Rough Like Badger

  8. blairsh

    blairsh Face. Sodding. Your. Shut

  9. Calamity1971

    Calamity1971 If Mr Peanut says It's okay, then it is.

    Has to be this little chubster.
    Not seen one in my garden for the past 2 years though :(
    Bullfinch.jpg
     
  10. farmerbarleymow

    farmerbarleymow cooking expert and general daft apeth

  11. Yogibear

    Yogibear Let it be Banned

    No worries and thanks for the heads up :)
     
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  12. Yogibear

    Yogibear Let it be Banned

  13. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Warning: posts may cause vasovagal presyncope

  14. fizzerbird

    fizzerbird Fading Star of wet dreams...

  15. blairsh

    blairsh Face. Sodding. Your. Shut

    You are!
     
  16. fizzerbird

    fizzerbird Fading Star of wet dreams...

    It's the tail feathers innit ;) x
     
  17. PippinTook

    PippinTook Happy


    Yep. They'd be my favourites too..:)
     
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  18. The39thStep

    The39thStep Well-Known Member

  19. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    It’s been a good year for bullfinches. Take a closer look?

    Swallows every time for me. Except when I say nuthatch.
     
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  20. PippinTook

    PippinTook Happy

    I spotted a wren the other day.
    Is that unusual for summertime?
     
  21. Yogibear

    Yogibear Let it be Banned

    Is it that time of year again ;-)
     
  22. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    No, not really. They’re back out again after spending weeks doing sex/nesting stuff.
     
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  23. The39thStep

    The39thStep Well-Known Member

    .
     
  24. bellaozzydog

    bellaozzydog rolling turds in glitter

    Budgerigars
     
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  25. passenger

    passenger up and down...

    The ones that use to be in the trees.
     
  26. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    I like pied wagtails - cute little bastards

     
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  27. cupid_stunt

    cupid_stunt Dyslexic cnut, & all round knob-head.

    It's got to be the Robin for me, they seem very brave in getting close to watch me if I am doing any gardening, just waiting for me to turn-up some worms for them. :thumbs:

    Seagulls are not birds, they are flying rats & complete cunts. :mad:
     
  28. farmerbarleymow

    farmerbarleymow cooking expert and general daft apeth

    What's wrong with rats? They're sweet little things. :)
     
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  29. krtek a houby

    krtek a houby Turnips - big! Swedes - small!

  30. StoneRoad

    StoneRoad heckling from the back!

    I like most UK garden birds.
    I see plenty as my garden borders a small wood and fields (actually *rough* grazing) and the local farm cats don't get this far regularly. this winter I'm planning on a wholesale replacement for the nest boxes. Time has taken a toll on the 40+ I put up, over 3/4 of them a decade ago.
     

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