Walking and bird watching in the neighborhood. We tend to neglect our neighborhoods because we feel like we have done our best when we go far away. Let’s take a good look at the points in our neighborhoods.
When the light hits them in this way, Grey Wagtail is as vivid as Narcissus Flycatcher. | All taken with Nikon D500 + AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/5.6E PF ED VR
キセキレイ / Grey Wagtail
アオジのオス / male Black-faced Bunting
A male Pale Thrush. There is a sharp difference between well-habituated individuals and non-habituated individuals.
I was also able to find a Grey Bunting. It was grayish black all over, but it was thought to be a young male because it still had a brownish tint to it.
A female Red-flanked Bluetail. I have not been able to get close at this location.
Today there was also a Japanese Green Woodpecker and it was lively. I pass by here every day, but I don’t always hear them, so I wondered if they sometimes come from the nearby mountains.
Puts its beak through a hole in a branch.
Stretching out its long tongue.
A shot of the buttocks from directly below. The color is very similar to that of the green pigeon.
A Carrion Crow found something.
It appears to be cracking it open with its beak and taking out the contents.
The light of the forest often brings out the beauty of crows.
Leftovers by the crow. It looks like an acorn. The fruit inside has been hollowed out quite skillfully. They are very dexterous.