Dec 16, 2015 21:12 as a reply to post 17821492 |
andrewhuxman wrote in post #17821210
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Nikon D7100, Nikkor 300 f4 IF ED
Dec 16, 2015 22:59 as a reply to Itsed65's post |
Would not want to see that Hawk around my property, as I keep those Red bellied woodpeckers well fed and returning daily.
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Dec 17, 2015 09:45 as a reply to Bianchi's post |
My more serious birding friends tell me they rarely see short tailed hawks here actually perched(and eating their prey)--mostly they are seen soaring-and evidently when they do, they clearly do not like to perch out in the open, the way our "trash" hawk, the red shouldered , tends to here in south florida. Bigger risk to the red bellied woodpeckers is probably the cooper's hawks, which have really established themselves here, and are the subjects of numerous homeowner complaints about their backyard songbirds being decimated by hawks.
Some Wigeon shots.
Fairly sure this is the same male. Notice the few odd brown shell shaped fathers on his chest. I have not seen that before, I wonder if this a first winter bird with his juvenile plumage growing out.
Again with his better half.
A pair IF
A male with two females IF (Who's the daddy!)
Flaps down for a landing.
Well its looking like this will be the 3rd weekend in a row since i got the 7d that the weather is looking c--p
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The quickest way to make money at photography is to sell your camera
Dec 17, 2015 12:38 as a reply to Methodical's post |
There's something off with this image but I can't quite put my finger on it
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