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Crossley ID Guide to Britain and Ireland  -Part 12

In this series I share with you the images from  The Crossley ID guide to Britain and Ireland, by Richard Crossley. These are some of the best images of birds in their natural habitat that I have encountered. Here in Part -12 we look at the Birds whose common name starts with T.

I hope you enjoy the images as much as I do. Special thank to princetonnature at Creative Commons. 

Tawny owl. CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Tawny Owl from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Teal. CC BY-SA 3.0 license   Richard Crossley.

File:Common Teal from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Temminck's stint. CCBY-SA 3.0 license  Richard Crossley.

File:Temminck's Stint from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Tree Pipit. CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Tree Pipit from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Tree pipit  CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Eurasian Tree Sparrow from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Tree creeper. CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Treecreeper from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Tufted duck  CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Tufted Duck from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Turnstone CC BY -SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Ruddy Turnstone from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Turtle dove.  CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Turtle Dove from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

Twite   CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Richard Crossley.

File:Twite from the Crossley ID Guide Britain and Ireland.jpg

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