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Corvus monedula closeup This is a Corvus monedula. Birds,Closeup,Coloeus monedula,Corvus Monedula,Crow,Daw,Eurasian Jackdaw,Western Jackdaw Click/tap to enlarge Species intro

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  1. Great detail and a funny composition. Love the eyes. Wonderful first contribution, Jeanette, thank you! Posted 11 years ago
    1. Oww, stupid of me! I did not know the title of the picture came to, I thought I could fill them.

      I have to learn a little how it works.

      This is a Corvus monedula, I do not know the translation unfortunately Kauwtje
      Posted 11 years ago, modified 11 years ago
      1. No problem, Jeanette. I have corrected the title, description and tags as an example and sent you an email with tips on how to do this next time. Posted 11 years ago
        1. Thank you Ferdy. I saw it, I know in the mean time how it works I . :-)) Posted 11 years ago
  2. Great headstudy, love the way he's watching us :) Posted 11 years ago
    1. Thank you very much Wendy! Posted 11 years ago
  3. Very nice close-up and tones! +++ Posted 11 years ago
    1. Thank you Mathilde! Posted 11 years ago
  4. Fascinating gaze! Posted 11 years ago
    1. Thank you Roeselien! Posted 11 years ago
  5. excellent portrait! Posted 11 years ago
  6. Nice portrait - the head coming in diagonally makes the picture. Posted 11 years ago
  7. A very catching face with radiating intelligence. Posted 11 years ago

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The Western Jackdaw, sometimes known as the Eurasian Jackdaw, European Jackdaw or simply Jackdaw, is a passerine bird in the crow family. Found across Europe, western Asia and North Africa, it is mostly resident, although northern and eastern populations migrate south in winter.

Similar species: Passerines
Species identified by Ludo Sak
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By Jeannette Oerlemans

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Uploaded Jun 18, 2011. Captured Jun 19, 2011 00:25.
  • NIKON D200
  • f/9
  • 1/100s
  • ISO200
  • 240mm