Easter Sunday morning visitors.

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After our Easter Sunday breakfast with our oldest my wife and I sat outside to welcome the morning sun. We had a number of visitors fly in to join us. Surprisingly Mom and Pop Pileated flew in and stuck around for some photos.

1. The little birds:
Chickadee 1568.jpg
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2. Nuthatch
Nuthatch 1484.jpg
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3. The not so little Downey Woodpecker
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4. The still larger Hairy Woopecker
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5. The largest of all today: Female Pileated.
Pileated Female 1588 CEP_.jpg
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6.
Male Pileated
Pileated male 1622.jpg
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7. Male creeping
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OK, Bob, at some point it just becomes showing off. Maybe I'm just jealous because we've got 40mph winds and wet snow today. Every one of these is amazing. That's one of the best shots I can recall seeing of a chickadee. And no.6 is just crazy good. Really well done.
 
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OK, Bob, at some point it just becomes showing off. Maybe I'm just jealous because we've got 40mph winds and wet snow today. Every one of these is amazing. That's one of the best shots I can recall seeing of a chickadee. And no.6 is just crazy good. Really well done.
LOL... Thanks a lot Dan. Hate to hear about the snow and winds. We had some last week but warming up now. It was just nice to be able to sit outside and even nicer to have these visitors. I love the 70-200 S lens and especially on the Z7II there is pixel room for crop. Though in most of these shots cropping wasn't necessary, they were so close.
 
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