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    Default Young female Blackcap

    There were quite a few of these little ladies along with some Chiffchaffs and Goldcrests all flitting about. Checking things out seemingly looking to find their bearings.

    here is one.
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    Nice shot Beryl, love the Blackcap females.
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    Thanks for the comment Rolf

    They are lovely little birds. Not often do you see more than one as they are territorial. Unusually in March when the migrants arrive but these looked to be a flock of youngsters finding their way aground. I didn't see any males

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    Very pretty against the holly - another Christmas card pic, Beryl?

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    Hmmm. Not sure
    Thanks for comment

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