Western yellow wagtail.
This bird was photographed in a protected area – Aldomirovtsi marsh.
Body length – 17 cm. The male is gray-brown at the top and yellow at the bottom.
It inhabits shores of reservoirs in plains and foothills, as well as meadows and crops.
This bird allows us to get within 10 meters.
He stood on a branch and watched us.
We were dressed in camouflage clothing and move forward barely.
Otherwise, they are very timid and do not allow you to get close.
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It would be nice to see that bird in our backyard.
I met her only far from settlements…
How cool! I have often said I need to dress in camo to get better pics. Incredible!
Sometimes you have no choice, otherwise the birds fly away!
You are so right. And the effort is so worth it.
you have a gift, I wish I had 1/10 your eye for pictures!!!!!
Thanks! You just have to be patient and calm.
George I very much like your bird posts.
Thank you! They are really interesting to shoot 🙂