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May 27, 2015 12:56 as a reply to  @ post 17573380 |  #5161

O and Doc,....Welcome to the dark side!!


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May 27, 2015 14:42 |  #5162

Sunset. We had the same atmospheric haze this time last year at our cottage. Forrest fires or farmers burning fields. The moon was very yellow compared to normal.

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May 27, 2015 14:56 |  #5163

This is the look I normally get from this gal



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May 27, 2015 16:37 |  #5164

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Chirp, chirp... CHIRP!!!

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Extraordinary Butch, well done.

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May 27, 2015 17:06 |  #5165

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And then every so often she will give me a little pose


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Question...How do you know it's a female? I've never been able to tell the males and females apart.


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May 27, 2015 17:33 |  #5166

I agree Gus, super nice job Butch,....

And I was wondering the same Paul but I saw it as car's, trucks, Boats, your fav camera, There all she's


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May 27, 2015 17:50 as a reply to  @ ptcanon3ti's post |  #5167

They are nearly identical, I am told, with the male being somewhat larger. There are plenty of jays in the neighborhood to compare size with and this one is on the smaller side. Could still be a male but I am going with female here.

This particular jay usually has an interest in whatever I am doing ... very curious and seemingly more intelligent than some of the others. For example, the jays do not like our upright feeder, it's hard for them to get seed out, some of them try brute force by pecking at the feeder and others just look on the ground for any spilled seed. The jay in the photo handles it another way. She/he keeps an eye on the feeder and when sparrows or cardinals come to feed from it, she will land underneath the feeder and wait for the little birds to spill some down to her/him.


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May 27, 2015 18:06 |  #5168

airbutchie wrote in post #17573204 (external link)
Chirp, chirp... CHIRP!!!

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Very, very nice shot.

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May 27, 2015 18:10 |  #5169

Lupo-Lobo wrote in post #17573729 (external link)
They are nearly identical, I am told, with the male being somewhat larger. There are plenty of jays in the neighborhood to compare size with and this one is on the smaller side. Could still be a male but I am going with female here.

This particular jay usually has an interest in whatever I am doing ... very curious and seemingly more intelligent than some of the others. For example, the jays do not like our upright feeder, it's hard for them to get seed out, some of them try brute force by pecking at the feeder and others just look on the ground for any spilled seed. The jay in the photo handles it another way. She/he keeps an eye on the feeder and when sparrows or cardinals come to feed from it, she will land underneath the feeder and wait for the little birds to spill some down to her/him.


Thank you!

That's excellent. I love watching the jays in my yard too.


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May 27, 2015 18:10 |  #5170

Lupo-Lobo wrote in post #17573729 (external link)
They are nearly identical, I am told, with the male being somewhat larger. There are plenty of jays in the neighborhood to compare size with and this one is on the smaller side. Could still be a male but I am going with female here.

This particular jay usually has an interest in whatever I am doing ... very curious and seemingly more intelligent than some of the others. For example, the jays do not like our upright feeder, it's hard for them to get seed out, some of them try brute force by pecking at the feeder and others just look on the ground for any spilled seed. The jay in the photo handles it another way. She/he keeps an eye on the feeder and when sparrows or cardinals come to feed from it, she will land underneath the feeder and wait for the little birds to spill some down to her/him.

Nice shots. I've seen a few Blue jays around my backyard. Of course, it wasn't when I had my camera out. This morning when I let the dog out, there as a large male cardinal sitting on the fence. I would put up a feeder but my wife doesn't want me to as she is concerned that it might attract the birds to the blackberry bushes she has and the tomatoes in our small garden.


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May 27, 2015 19:00 |  #5172

McNeese72 wrote in post #17573765 (external link)
Nice shots. I've seen a few Blue jays around my backyard. Of course, it wasn't when I had my camera out. This morning when I let the dog out, there as a large male cardinal sitting on the fence. I would put up a feeder but my wife doesn't want me to as she is concerned that it might attract the birds to the blackberry bushes she has and the tomatoes in our small garden.

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Thanks. Hard to blame her ...

Edit * I was in a hurry to make dinner earlier and cut the post short. We have a pretty healthy population of Blue Jays for the last several generations. I was worried about the birds getting my tomatoes and strawberries but found that they were only mildly accosted by the birds as long as the birds had plenty of water and traditional food. Tomatoes are more likely to become a source of water during drought conditions. However, there is one rather peculiar squirrel that likes to harvest the strawberries daily and is not afraid to let me know about it. (Take note of what is in his greedy little paws)



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May 27, 2015 19:53 |  #5173

airbutchie wrote in post #17573204 (external link)
Chirp, chirp... CHIRP!!!

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Looks like you got lucky with the back side of the dof still including the eye. I have no idea how (what it would get stored under) , but for this combo I would add a couple of clicks of + mfa.

I would have named this photo Smoothe for the Broken. VERY Nice.




  
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May 28, 2015 12:04 |  #5174

House finch

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Female cardinal being curious

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May 28, 2015 12:41 |  #5175

My wife having some fun at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens:

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