SAXICOLA RUBICOLA

SAXICOLA RUBICOLA

European Stonchat

Rallus Aquaticus

RALLUS AQUATICUS

Water Rail

NANNUS TROGLODYTES

NANNUS TROGLODYTES

Eurasian Wren

Dendrocopos Major

DENDROCOPOS MAJOR

Great Spotted Woodpecker

Alcedo Atthis

ALCEDO ATTHIS

Kingfisher

Haliaeetus Vocifer

HALIAEETUS VOCIFER

African Fish Eagle

DRYOCOPUS MARTIUS

DRYOCOPUS MARTIUS

Black Woodpecker

GYPS VULVUS

GYPS FULVUS

Griffon Vulture

FALCO TINNUNCULUS

FALCO TINNUNCULUS

Common Kestrel

MEROPUS APIASTER

MEROPUS APIASTER

European Bee-Eater

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WELCOME IN THE BIRDHOME.

Welcome, I am glad you found my online 'Birdhome'. My website where birds, bird stuff and of course bird photography are the centre point of attention. So whether you're an enthusiastic birdwatcher, bird-lover or maybe even a bird photographer, I encourage you to keep on reading. Check out this website, maybe even interact with some of the blog topics, please, don't be shy, I would love to hear your thoughts.

On a regular bases, l will be posting photos that I made or write a bit about my favorite topics and experiences. Topics like, where to find good bird-hideouts or what gear you preferably should/could use to spot and photograph birds. It goes without saying that everything about all kind of birds and bird related stuff will be on the agenda. And very important, I hope you will share your experiences, and tips & tricks as well, so I can learn from you just as much

Anyway, I do hope you will enjoy this website, my photography and/or my blogposts. If you might wonder who I am... well, I'm just another bird fanatic, but I will gladly introduce myself more properly on the page "Birdfan".

BIRDFAN

Addiction. During my first year of Birdwatching the addiction definitely got a hold of me. I don't know about you but nowadays, whatever I do or wherever I go, I'm always on the lookout for birds.

Whether I'm taking my dog for a walk or just go out to get some groceries, I keep checking rooftops, bushes and trees in gardens. At home I regularly take a look outside to check for any traffic around the Bird-feeders and when I'm driving I can't but check every fence post for Buzzards, Falcons or Hawks. Up till now I spotted only a few percent of all birds, but I experienced the feeling of joy every time you spot or capture a bird you didn't see or capture before. That's why I believe it works somewhat addictive, you always crave for more and more. Does this sound familiar?

BIRDTALKS

BIRDPICS

John Lennon

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