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I'm back after recovering from taking thousands of pictures LOL of my in-laws that were here visiting from Germany. I had my first day back in the field today after about three weeks and of course it was cloudy,raining ,cold and windy. I did manage to get a few bird pictures like this Kinglet that was hanging around with something in his beak.
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A photo friend his wife, RA and myself went up to their cabin today. While the diversity and numbers of birds was low we got quite a few ops ESP of the Grosbeaks. Strangely there were no male Grosbeaks. You have no idea how much it pleased me to be able to chase the critters and have some light to boot. My hip pockets are dragging though. But a smile on my face.
So what to do on a cold Winter day? Enjoy the snow and watch the birds! Enjoy your week my friends! ~
It's name in arabic Sabri
It's predator that eat small birds .
My pictures are not a copy of "reality".
They have been modified to convey a feeling or a message.
Therefore do not bother to comment that they are: "too light", "too dark", "too saturated" etc.
I had to move the ISO upto 1600 to get this shot due to the focal length and poor lighting conditions on a dull & damp late October day.
Focal length 250.0 mm
Thanks to everyone who takes the time to view, comment, and fave my photo.
Bird - Little Owl (Athene noctua) portrait
Turbary Woods Owl And Bird Sanctuary Preston Lancashire
Day five of bird week.
Firstly I'd like to thank everyone for their concern. I just have a minor concussion. It's nothing serious. Just going to have headaches, dizziness, and nausea for awhile. I'll still be going through my contact list and commenting but the comments will be slightly generic for awhile (which is very difficult as you all have such beautiful stuff!). Thanks again everyone for your concern!
This is another South American bird at the aviary.
I'm trying not to bore you all with the robin shots I got last Saturday morning, but I'm rather pleased with some of them. This guy was looking rather inquisitive.
An album with all my robins - www.flickr.com/photos/101295317@N06/sets/72157650097839123
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specially dedicated to my birding guru...Mr. Emran M.T www.flickr.com/photos/drziner/
same bird, same tree, different day. Another foggy, rainy, cloudy day today, seems like its the only time this bird will give me a shot.
Avifauna Bird Park in Alphen a/d Rijn The Netherlands
Still on my bird kick.... I think he's adorable. I don't often see the red finch, but there were six of them on this day, so I got 'em good.
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Lots of squabbling, and chasing going on today, at least six birds, adults, first broods, and second broods. They are very fortunate, the female Sparrowhawk has twice chased them around the pond. They have dived in the water to avoid her on a couple of occasions. The action has been too fast for me within the confines of the site, but been wonderful to watch, nature in the raw.