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Bearded Reedling - Panurus Biarmicus

  

aka Bearded Tit.

Panurus biarmicus

Lakenheath RSPB

My son's Bearded Dragon. Not my usual subject :)

Bearded Tit (juvenile) at RSPB Strumpshaw Fen, Norfolk.

Cley Marshes.

 

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Juvenile Bearded Dragon (captive/pet) just 10cm/4 inches in length. The common name 'bearded dragon' refers to the 'beard' of the lizard, the underside of the throat which turns black if they are stressed or see a potential rival. Native to here in Australia.

A sub-adult male Eastern Bearded Dragon reacts towards the camera in a spirited threat display near Broadford in southern Victoria.

Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark 3 DSLR coupled to a vintage C/Y Yashica ML 55/2.8 macro lens with a third-party adapter. Hand-held with manual settings, manual focus and reflected side-lighting utilised.

Shot @ 2.8.

I love my Yashica..

Bearded Tit (juvenile) RSPB Radipole Lake Weymouth Dorset UK

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Bearded dragons at the pet store. Well my laptop has officially stopped working and until I can afford to fix it I'm unable to edit any photos. This leaves me with my iPhone as my only option for taking and editing photos, if I want to continue to upload a new photo here everyday as I've done for I think two years or so now.

My first chance to photograph these beautiful birds after leaving there nest this week not Grt conditions a realy windy day and poor light. A brown, long-tailed bird, usually seen flying rapidly across the top of a reedbed. Males have black 'moustaches' rather than 'beards'. They are sociable and noisy, their 'ping' calls often being the first clue to their presence. Photographed Strathbeg, Crimond, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Bearded Reedling - Panurus Biarmicus

 

aka Bearded Tit

RSPB Titchwell, Norfolk

To me, they look as though they're reaching out to me inquisitively.

Bearded dragons at the pet store.

My first chance to photograph these beautiful birds after leaving there nest this week not Grt conditions a realy windy day and poor light. A brown, long-tailed bird, usually seen flying rapidly across the top of a reedbed. Males have black 'moustaches' rather than 'beards'. They are sociable and noisy, their 'ping' calls often being the first clue to their presence. Photographed Strathbeg, Crimond, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

A close look of this beauty

2nd day into the holiday and still going strong.

One of my favorite birds in the Netherlands....

Baardmannetje, (vrouwtje), Panurus biarmicus

De Rietputten, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands

My first chance to photograph these beautiful birds after leaving there nest this week not Grt conditions a realy windy day and poor light. A brown, long-tailed bird, usually seen flying rapidly across the top of a reedbed. Males have black 'moustaches' rather than 'beards'. They are sociable and noisy, their 'ping' calls often being the first clue to their presence. Photographed Strathbeg, Crimond, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Many thanks to all those who comment on my photo's and/or add them as favourites. It is very much appreciated.

Male Bearded Reedling on frozen reed

As revelers gather in downtown Minneapolis to see the fireworks on Independence Day, 2016, a bearded man with fairy wings sits in Gold Medal Park.

I am being self indulgent again, love em.

Panurus biarmicus

 

Are these not the cutest little birds around? Well i do think so, it's one of my favorite birds.

 

In the period when i took this picture i had a lot of things going on in my life so i never got around to sort and develop the photo's. It's so much fun too see photo's like this one after all this time. I might post some more.

  

... kind of beard :)

Bearded Reedling (Panurus biarmicus) -Сахалт шагшуурга бялзуухай

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