Some greenfinches (Chloris chloris) sitting in their lookouts and singing to attract the females.
A reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus) is soaked by the rain. Its searching for small snails, insects and worms in the wet ground.
Just 2 “making off” pictures of today. Was quite the rain, but the equipment is weather sealed – so the only wet thing here was me. But thats okay.
A reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus) is soaked by the rain. It enter the dry programme and rotates fast to get the feathers dry again. Shoot in Wuhle, Marzahn.
This tree sparrow find a home, and a partner. – Perfect Day for birdy.
Great tit hanging around. And feeding.
The spring is here! Or is already sommer?. My first white stork in this season so I guess this is a male. The Males arrive first, prepare the nest, and then wait for the females to appear, hoping the made the long travel.
This grey heron appears to have missed his nest. The choosen “partner” dont really seem to approve. Currently there are 8 pairs of herons breeding in the reed of karow. Okay, I better go…
A Long-Tailed Tit (Aegithalos caudatus) does the weirdest wrenches to reach the food.
This relatively rare bird is 21cm big and builds the nests itself by hammering a hole into soft wood.