Last week I got a chance to photograph a very obliging Eurasian Treecreeper which came close to the feeder. It was busy looking for insects underneath the tree barks and completely ignored my existence. This was by far the best set of photos I could get of this super lovely bird.
Looking for food which was hidden underneath the barks.
It spent most of the time searching for food close to the ground. I supposed there are more insects there.
Here it got a tiny yellowish larvae.
This is my personal favourite shot. I like how the bird blends into the background so well and there’s a bright green sign distracting the viewers on the left.
You can tell that it was extremely close!
Here it got another unidentifiable prey.
These photos have so much noise because I had to push the ISO up to 800 which already is very noisy for my camera (Canon 550D).
The last shot before it continued to climb upwards and moved on to the next tree.