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May 04, 2019 18:59 |  #1

This one seemed really hungry and came back several times.


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May 10, 2019 09:44 |  #2

Good job. I don't have any really sharp photos of Pileated, but here's a couple of my favorites.


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May 14, 2019 18:52 |  #3

Good to see you guys were able get photo's. I got a shot at one this month at Anderson Park here in Florida. Here is what i got, i was looking for this one over eight years in this park.


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May 14, 2019 20:08 |  #4

I'm curious as to why you chose those settings, on the camera? Was the camera/lens on a tripod/monopod? Just curious...as with a few adjustments to your settings, you can (with that lens/camera combo) get sharper shots. Of course, don't let me take away from your fun of shooting...just trying to help by asking questions. ;)


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