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lrlebron

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Eastern Meadowlark
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Darmok N Jalad

Temba, his aperture wide
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northern flicker
 
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rloewy

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(Bohemian) Waxwings from a couple of weeks ago, pre lock-down...
Ian these are gorgeous.
I've seen many photos of these, never real birds and yet this is the most beautiful and detailed I've seen.
Others the feathers look so creamy and lacking detail. Not that they're not beautiful, just can't see feather structure.
Very nice indeed.
 
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Ian these are gorgeous.
I've seen many photos of these, never real birds and yet this is the most beautiful and detailed I've seen.
Others the feathers look so creamy and lacking detail. Not that they're not beautiful, just can't see feather structure.
Very nice indeed.
Thanks. All kudos to the superb Oly 300 f4, image stabilisation and silent shutter. I just zoomed with my feet & held the kit still.😄
 

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Darmok N Jalad

Temba, his aperture wide
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Caught some flickers in what I guess was a courting ritual. There were 3 total in this tree, bobbing and weaving, but not making any sound.
 

Darmok N Jalad

Temba, his aperture wide
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More from the flicker party. It was very windy at the time, so IBIS was working overtime with the P100-300ii.
 
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Not at all good pictures, but interesting to see.

There are two turkey vultures in this one:



Three in this one. I have never seen turkey vultures alight on a cliff face:



The cliff on the other side of the gorge was over 800 ft away.
 

AllanG

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EM5.1 with 14-140II
Bluefaced Honyeater (Juvenile ...I think)
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EM1.2 with PL100-400mm
Pied Currawong

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