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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 7:01 pm 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2011 7:32 pm 
Cracking pics all,
super colours in them pics once again Zackiedawg,i especially like them hawk pics, superb,
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Superb eyes on that little fellow Muzza,excellent detail as well.


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hawk... definately had it mad about something but there was no nest near by.... thinking it had a kill close but too big to carry off... only stayed for a few minutes and continued on with my hike.

Bothered another one as well on an outing a bit later... on another hike in another area... will post more later when I get to that outing.

When u have one staying close to you and obviously wanting you to move off I realise it is tempting to stay and wait for that perfect shot but when this occurs to me for whatever reason Ill take 3 or 4 pics at most and move off. Rators work hard for their kills and if you harrass them too much while on one you may well drive them off so they will never return. They have also been known to abandon nests with young in it if harrassed too much. Sometimes we cant help when we encroach on their territory if we are unaware of them being there but when we do we should be responsible enough to not linger too long and drive them off.

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NICE Wolf!!!! :D

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 6:14 pm 
Cracking pics Wolfsong,love the pose on the second Hawk,
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Very nice hawk shots, wolf!

Murray - love that rail - would also love to see that variety of rail someday.

A few more from down this way in Florida...

Cattle egret in flight:
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Juvenile egret hiding in the trees:
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Cattle egret standing above its nest:
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A chorus line of ibises lined up on the rail:
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Great egret, sticking that long neck up:
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Green heron:
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Black-crowned night heron:
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Whoa, 750mm effective focal length! Did you crop the image in addition?

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another hawk...

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Man Wolf, wish I could hang with you, you always have some great wildlife photos going on.

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@Thomas, were you asking me? If yes, some cropping was done.

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awesome shot popo!

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woo, woo nicely captured. :D

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