|Bird number 300 on my life list is the Black Redstart seen first in Como Italy|
I have found birds here much more difficult to approach than in Utah, making getting pictures rather difficult. The only bird that is easily approached is the Great Tit and they often buzz me while I am birding. Here is a list of birds seen including new life birds, a couple of mystery geese and a few more pictures.
|European Robin quite common but very skiddish very difficult to photograph|
|Black Redstart quite common but very difficult to approach.|
In this group of Graylag Geese were a couple of hybrids one looks like a possible Canada Goose or Barnacle Goose hybrid, I don't know, if any one can shed some light please leave a comment.
|Canada or Barnacle Goose hybrid?|
|Domestic/Bean Goose Hybrid?|
|Eurasian Jay quite common but not nearly as bold as Scrub Jays back home they are quite difficult to approach.|
|Eurasian Nuthatch very common and quite approachable|
*Great Spotted Woodpecker
Eurasian Tree Sparrow
|Juvinile Common Moorhen|
|Adult Common Moorhen|