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    Default Long-tailed tit

    This is the bird behind of the two on the branch the nearer one took off too quickly whilst the latter took his time and made sure of things as I lay focused in waiting
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    Excellent action capture Beryl.
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    Little angel - just ideal for the top of a Christmas tree!

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    Yes. I love them, they are such little cuties

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