Birds of Bournemouth

Today I have been mostly taking photos of squirrels …

However, before I subject you to an onslaught of more squirrel photos, I thought I’d give you a break with some assorted bird-life of Bournemouth.

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Overhead Robin
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Overhead Robin having a good old sing-song
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A passing Herring Gull looking at us with a thoughtful gaze, considering if we were worth mugging for food
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Mr Interfering Pigeon, one of several who was determined to get in the way of squirrel feeding and photography
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Mr Puffed-Up Pigeon, who wasn’t interested in interfering, feeling rather too cold to be bothered
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Mr Black-Headed Gull, trying to look tough while stepping away from the approaching camera.
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What about this? The cutest little duckling you ever did see! I just wanted to snatch it out of the water and give it a cuddle. You’ll be glad to know I resisted the temptation.
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Mother duck, keeping her eye keenly trained on us humans fawning over her babies
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