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The chaffinch is the second commonest bird in the UK (the wood pigeon is the most common) It lives here all year round and is found in most places eg woodland, gardens etc.
When we had done the Daffodil Walk of my most recent posts (see here) we stopped at the Daffy Caffy (Yes that really is the name) for some lunch before walking back to the car. The chaffinches were very tame and this one came and sat on our table looking for crumbs. This is the closest it came; I haven’t had to crop too much off, but the zoom was fully extended. The background might be a bit dark. An alternative is in the WS but it is not so close.

I've just returned from a few days in Paris but have not had chance to download anything yet.

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