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Discussion in 'Birds' started by West, May 14, 2018.
Feasting on a Flounder at low tide. She let me get about 30 feet away.
Ya gotta love it when the critters cooperate once in a while. Awesome feather detail. Well done.
Ya Nailed it, nice detail........good stuff, looks like he got a flat fish...............
Thanks, I suspect she's a resident Eagle, as they allow people to get close. This was shot on a City beach.
Super shots West.
Fantastic, love that last one you posted of him/her looking right at you.
Thanks, it's a Female as they are about 1/3 larger than a Male.
I agree with Dan - it's nice when the wildlife cooperate!
What a great opportunity! Sharp as tack!
We have many resident pairs that I can count on being at the beach every low tide. It's a fish and crab buffet. It's nice when your glass challenged with a 70-200
Thanks for stopping by. d750 - 70-200 f4
eagles are like pigeons for you guys on the 'wrong' coast.
Nice sharp pics Peter, what lens (I'm afraid to ask) ?
There's just too many, even the Birders are complaining
I bought a Kayak so hopefully will be getting something more rare soon, like a Mallard. My longest lens 70-200 f4