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Nov 12, 2022 00:56 |  #5896

Northern Harrier Juvenile.

Canon R7.

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Nov 12, 2022 03:50 |  #5897

paul katinas wrote in post #19445411 (external link)
Nanday Parakeet (Wild)
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Magpie youngster

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Two amazing taking off/landing


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Nov 12, 2022 04:40 |  #5898

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19445681 (external link)
Holy moly, Paul...what a super nice flight capture of the Nanday Parakeet! It's really a beaut!

Exceptionally nice shot of the Little Egret in flight, RAL! This one really stands out so nicely! It definitely has a 3D appearance.

Both of these are very attractive captures, Kirk!

Wow...what a cool looking shot, Dave! I surely like it.

Very nicely captured, John! Great separation from the colorful background.

Thank you kindly Mike.
A huge flock of over 50 flew in last week.
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Nov 12, 2022 04:42 |  #5899

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Two amazing taking off/landing

Many thanks RAL.Happy trails.


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Nov 12, 2022 09:56 |  #5900

Anna's Hummingbird...

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Nov 12, 2022 13:46 |  #5901

A chance encounter today. I was not out to photograph birds, and I had the 70-200 mm lens on - so very heavy crop. The beaters on the pheasant shoot flushed a barn owl. Not seen it for a couple of years and don't know if it is the same one from 2 years past, but it was in the same spot... so... Anyway, it was nice to see it again.

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These are small, but the ones out there are far away.
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Nov 12, 2022 14:09 |  #5902

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Nov 13, 2022 00:55 |  #5903

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Think this is likely a much better shot of the black-breasted buzzard in flight :-)
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Excellent flight capture of the black-breasted buzzard, Ulrike!

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Northern Harrier Juvenile.

Canon R7.
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Very nice flight shot of the Northern Harrier juvenile, EB!

Super Bald Eagle flight shot, Ed!


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Nov 13, 2022 01:57 |  #5904

Short eared owl

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Nov 13, 2022 03:13 |  #5905

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Nov 13, 2022 07:31 |  #5906

Glossy Ibis (external link) at Fogg Dam.

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Nov 13, 2022 08:16 |  #5907

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Glossy Ibis (external link) at Fogg Dam.
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Nov 13, 2022 08:17 |  #5908

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19446059 (external link)
Excellent flight capture of the black-breasted buzzard, Ulrike!

Thanks, Mike! :-)


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Nov 13, 2022 11:41 |  #5909

Black Redstart. I couldn't get close but this turned out almost ok for a crop.

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Nov 13, 2022 15:14 |  #5910

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Beautiful :love:

Thank you Ulrike.:)


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