This album contains a reasonable selection of photos of some of the small passerine birds that I've seen and photographed around
the British Isles. I had intended to include an image of every species until I saw how many there were and found that quite a few could only be represented by pretty poor 'record shots'. The fact is that many so-called 'common' bird species are largely ignored by wildlife photographers in favour of those that are deemed more attractive or unusual. This seems to be particularly true with passerines, and
was certainly an issue I encountered when I looked back through my files for presentable photos that I simply didn't have.
Notwithstanding corvids, which I've deliberately excluded as I want to keep the set solely for small passerines, there are many birds
not represented here. I hope that in time I'll be able to include more species and possibly swap out a few of these photos for better
or more interesting images, but for now I'm pretty happy with the collection as it stands. Unless there's clear sexual dimorphism
between the sexes, I've only featured one or two photos of each species in order to keep the set a manageable size.
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