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Jun 01, 2007 17:31 |  #1

Was having a play around with my 300 and 2X the only thing I coulf find was this thing.Is it a young crow?:confused:


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Jun 01, 2007 17:42 |  #2

It's either a young crow, or a very old one. :D

Nice shot. It looks like he has a full belly at any rate. :)


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Jun 01, 2007 17:50 |  #3

Not the cutest thing in the world, but I guess his mother loves him !, great shot though, very, very sharp.

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Jun 01, 2007 21:51 |  #4

looks like he needs a little TLC. nice shot and i bet you'll find plenty of uses with that 300mm and the 2X


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Jun 02, 2007 01:52 |  #5

Looks like it escaped from the Wild animal Park!!


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Jun 02, 2007 02:25 |  #6

lol. he/she doesn't look like a happy camper. nice capture.

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Jun 02, 2007 06:12 |  #7

Nice shot - it's a fresh immature Carrion Crow




  
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Jun 02, 2007 16:42 |  #8

its one of the club members


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Jun 02, 2007 17:12 |  #9

it sure looks sharp enough -and boy does he look grumpy lol
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Jun 02, 2007 17:22 |  #10

GAELICSTORM7 wrote in post #3304604 (external link)
Not the cutest thing in the world, but I guess his mother loves him !, great shot though, very, very sharp.

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yeap.. you took the words right out of my mouth... :lol: it is a good sharp picture


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Jun 05, 2007 12:33 |  #11

I agree he looks like he is annoyed, didn't think birds had facial expressions, but he certainly has. If Paddy was there he wouldn`t have hung around long!
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