Blue Tit in the Greenhouse by jamibann

Blue Tit in the Greenhouse

So, yesterday morning's drama was that a blue tit flew into the greenhouse. He didn't sit still for long as he was a bit uneasy about being in a confined space, but just long enough for a few photos. We then helped him to find his own way out - through the open door! The same way as he probably got in!
Whilst birds seem to fly with abandon, they clearly have as an agenda which serves their purpose...until a greenhouse with the door open is too big an invitation to be ignored. Delighted to see he discovered the 'Open Sesame' exit...and recovered his sangfroid ;-)
May 27th, 2020  
Beautiful 😊
Curious little birds....we have some nesting in a bird box on our fence. Fascinating to watch...
..hope they survive, there's a ginger cat prowling around. Not sure where it belongs....
May 27th, 2020  
they do make a mess
May 27th, 2020  
That was probably an experience he won't forget. Glad he got out safely.
May 27th, 2020  
Sweet little bird.....so pleased it flew out & recovered
May 27th, 2020  
I wonder if he was looking for your stash of bird food! Lovely photo opportunity
May 27th, 2020  
a lovely photo :)
May 27th, 2020  
Sweet image. So frustrating trying to get birds back out of a building! Well done
May 27th, 2020  
Wonderful focus - glad he escaped safely.
May 27th, 2020  
Lovely capture and focus
May 27th, 2020  
Panic stations....sometimes you do wonder how they manage to find entrances to places they should avoid! Glad he got out unscathed & you got some great shots!
May 27th, 2020  
Glass can be very deceiving to a bird. They don't see it as a barrier like we do. So he probably thought there was a free passage from one end of the greenhouse to the other. We have birds flying into our cathedral ceiling windows all the time. Most of them just stun themselves- but I always feel so bad for the ones that were going too fast. Glad this fellow had two nice humans to help him out! Good shot!
May 27th, 2020  
so lovely
May 27th, 2020  
Greatly captured detail. Our back bedroom window is a magnet to the birds, they're forever flying into it. They also leave great oily traces, and sometime bits of feathers too on the glass. One good thing though, I've only ever found one that died as a result of hiring the glass.
May 27th, 2020  
A nice shot of this little bird.
May 27th, 2020  
Great photo op!
May 27th, 2020  
glad he made his way out ...what a cutie
May 27th, 2020  
lovely shot.
May 28th, 2020  
Lovely shot, I have 2 of them nesting in my garden but never been able to catch them on camera yet
May 28th, 2020  
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