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Tree Sparrows
Are the rarer cousin of the more familiar House Sparrow to us here in the U.K. Easily distinguishable by their chestnut brown cap, thick set bill and black cheek patch, these birds are always special to see.



Both of these images were taken in Austria, where, much to my surprise, they were easier to spot than House Sparrows.
Taken using the Swarovski STX with 85mm objective, TLS APO, Sony Alpha a6000 and Sony E mount T2 adapter.


This group of images taken at Bempton Cliffs RSPB in June 14
Taken using: Swarovski STX with 95mm objective, TLS APO, Sony E mount T2 adapter & Sony Alpha a6000