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I was asked, at short notice, if I could host a birding photowalk on Christmas eve. It was for one of the facebook photography groups I'm in. As the reserve is only 20mins from home, and we weren't flying out until mid afternoon, I said I could spare a few hours.

Many were beginners, with a few experienced ones also in the group, not that I'm an expert, but I do enjoy helping others if I can.

Here are a few of my snaps with the D500 and 200-500mm lens

#1 Tawny Frogmouth
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#2 Common Tern
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#3 Red-rumped Parrot
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#4 Australasian Darter (Female and Male)
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#5 Pacific Black Duck
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#6 Black Swan
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#7 Blue-billed Duck
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First outing for 2021.

It was a beautiful morning with plenty of birds around

Here are a few from this morning

Nikon D500 with 200-500mm lens

#1 Sacred Kingfisher
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#2 Striated Pardalote
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#3 Eastern Yellow Robin
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#4 Red-browed Finch
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#5 Superb Fairy-wren
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#6 Yellow-faced Honeyeater
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#7 Eastern Rosella
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#8 White-browed Scrubwren
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A few more snaps from the weekend using the D500

While I enjoy using the D500, and like the results, I'm looking forward to using a mirrorless body as a replacement

It was hot and sunny when we visited the gardens

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First outing for 2021.

It was a beautiful morning with plenty of birds around

Here are a few from this morning

Nikon D500 with 200-500mm lens

#1 Sacred Kingfisher
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#2 Striated Pardalote
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#3 Eastern Yellow Robin
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#4 Red-browed Finch
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#5 Superb Fairy-wren
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#6 Yellow-faced Honeyeater
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#7 Eastern Rosella
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#8 White-browed Scrubwren
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Beautiful series Rchard.👍👍👍
 
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First outing for 2021.

It was a beautiful morning with plenty of birds around

Here are a few from this morning

Nikon D500 with 200-500mm lens

#1 Sacred Kingfisher
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#2 Striated Pardalote
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#3 Eastern Yellow Robin
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#4 Red-browed Finch
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#5 Superb Fairy-wren
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#6 Yellow-faced Honeyeater
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#7 Eastern Rosella
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#8 White-browed Scrubwren
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Superb, as usual. I like the scrubwren especially.
 
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I was asked, at short notice, if I could host a birding photowalk on Christmas eve. It was for one of the facebook photography groups I'm in. As the reserve is only 20mins from home, and we weren't flying out until mid afternoon, I said I could spare a few hours.

Many were beginners, with a few experienced ones also in the group, not that I'm an expert, but I do enjoy helping others if I can.

Here are a few of my snaps with the D500 and 200-500mm lens

#1 Tawny Frogmouth
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#2 Common Tern
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#3 Red-rumped Parrot
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#4 Australasian Darter (Female and Male)
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#5 Pacific Black Duck
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#6 Black Swan
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#7 Blue-billed Duck
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The tawny frogmouth is a wonderful pic.
 
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Various lenses from the backlog on the D500

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What a cracking set Andrew! Every one a winner. Unfortunately I can't see the lens info but I would appreciate knowing the details re first and last shots.

Was Arnie signing your pic?
Pic 1 = NIKON D500 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6 190mm f/5.6 1/4000s ISO 280
Pic 2 = NIKON D500 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6 300mm f/5.6 1/500s ISO 5600

Arnie was signing an artists representation with him. There are a sequestered group of artists at the Fitness Expo every year. Arnold stops by and looks at every artists work.
 
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Pic 1 = NIKON D500 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6 190mm f/5.6 1/4000s ISO 280
Pic 2 = NIKON D500 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6 300mm f/5.6 1/500s ISO 5600

Arnie was signing an artists representation with him. There are a sequestered group of artists at the Fitness Expo every year. Arnold stops by and looks at every artists work.
Thanks for the info Andrew. Love the processing of the first pic and the lens has done a nice job of the last - which I would have taken at 300mm too! I have the AF-P version of that lens and I do enjoy it. Is that the same as yours?
 
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D500 and Sigma 500mm f4 sport.

1. An Early Morning Front Lit Wet Juvenile Osprey, Slight Crop.
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2. Belted Kingfisher, Slight Crop.
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Thanks for looking.
 

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