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A few small Birds

Discussion in 'Birds' started by hangin tree, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. Gave the Eagles a day or 2 off. Here are a few never posted before small bird photos. I hope you enjoy.

    American Robin

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    Cedar Waxwing

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    Red Headed Woodpecker

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    Northern Mockingbird

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    Yellow Rumped Warbler

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    Yellowbellied Sapsucker

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    Small birds are fun also.
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  2. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Saw too yellow rumps chasing each other last week end.

    I really like small birds images - nice collection.
  3. I believe small birds give a chance for everyone to take pictures and post them. There is more beauty that pass through most back yards then most people ever see.
  4. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005
    Excellent set Gary. I hope to have a few of these posted in a day or so, from my sessions in the back yard this past weekend. :smile:
  5. Good I'll look forward to them, Not everyone has Eagles or exotics to take pictures of but Backyard birds are beautiful and good photography does not depend on subject.
  6. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005

    I completely agree. When I do this kind of shooting, I have two objectives:

    1) Get some decent postable images

    2) Learn something about shooting birds, and about my gear that will transfer to 'money shots' (for me, this translates to Eagle, Osprey, hawk and other of the more relatively rare shots).
  7. Thanks Frank

    I'm looking forward to your post.
  8. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    So thats where the robins and waxwings went:>))

    I was lucky to see them at all
  9. We still have plenty Robins but the waxwing moved on.

    Thanks Gale
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