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Robin in the Snow. A Robin as it lands in the Snow in my garden. A picture of: Tyne & Wear, Gateshead

Robin in the Snow. A Robin as it lands in the Snow in my garden. A picture of: Tyne & Wear, Gateshead

Quacking snowdrops: A pair of ducklings play among spring flowers

Who are you calling an ugly duckling? Wildlife photographer conjures up some animal magic

Thousands of starlings surround a lone bird of prey which had swooped down to pick off a straggler. "Starlings have a very particular way of defending themselves from their predators like falcons and harriers. They form a large tightly packed flock and mob their enemy, scaring it off, frequently expanding and contracting and changing shape."

Pictures of the day: 6 December 2010

Thousands of starlings surround a lone bird of prey which had swooped down to pick off a straggler. "Starlings have a very particular way of defending themselves from their predators like falcons and harriers. They form a large tightly packed flock and mob their enemy, scaring it off, frequently expanding and contracting and changing shape."

The kingfishers' speed at diving into the water has been described as 'like a bullet' by the 46-year-old snapper

The kingfishers' speed at diving into the water has been described as 'like a bullet' by the 46-year-old snapper

Two goldfinches have a mid-air fight after struggling to get enough space on a bird feeder in a British back garden. Photographer Laurie Campbell snapped away from a hide in his garden for 30 hours to get a picture he was happy with. Laurie, from Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, said: "It can take weeks for the goldfinches to find this bait but once they do, they are hooked."

Pictures of the day: 22 February 2011

Two goldfinches have a mid-air fight after struggling to get enough space on a bird feeder in a British back garden. Photographer Laurie Campbell snapped away from a hide in his garden for 30 hours to get a picture he was happy with. Laurie, from Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, said: "It can take weeks for the goldfinches to find this bait but once they do, they are hooked."

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