Thanks to @nelinoeva for the new competition. This week's theme is - BIRD AND FENCE
The thrush nightingale (Luscinia luscinia)
Hmm ... strange, but we call this bird an common or eastern nightingale. This friend lives in a cemetery, so he can often be seen sitting on the fence of graves. You see, he has some kind of insect in his beak.
The great tit (Parus major)
Well, these guys are just frequent guests at the cemetery. They prowl among the fallen leaves, while making a loud rustle.
The Siberian stonechat or Asian stonechat (Saxicola maurus)
This little young chick was sitting on the remains of some ruins or something like that, I don't know how to describe it.. By the way, his parents were nearby and watched him.
The common whitethroat (Curruca communis)
In addition to the ruins, there is an old barbed wire fence in that area. He is already rickety, very old. And it is not clear at all what happened here before. This bird often lives there.
The redwing (Turdus iliacus)
In the same cemetery, you can often find various thrushes. Usually these are fieldfare, but sometimes redwings thrushes are also found. And here I was lucky to take a photo of a young bird.