Front Yard Friends

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Taken today in my front yard no unusal or new species all shots with the D2X and the 300 2.8 with 2X converter

Northern Mockingbird
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Black Eyed Junco
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Female House Sparrow
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Male House Finch
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Grackle
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Tuftted Titmouse
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Robin
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Male house Sparrow
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Male Cardinal
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Mourning Dove
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Ohh, I see your hording all the birds in your front yard. Just kidding Mike, Great stuff! I agree some sun would be nice.

Bill
 
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Wonderful wonderful images, Mike! I just love the robin and the cardinal. Send that robin up north when you're finished with him - my favourite bird.
You've mastered the art of fill flash - barely perceptible. :smile:
 
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You have green grass and Robins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Must be getting spring for sure

Wow they are pretty
 
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Excellent series of images Mike!!

I would love to have this many species in my yard. Anymore, all we ever seem to see are house sparrows and an occasional cardinal.

Regards,
 
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Wonderful wonderful images, Mike! I just love the robin and the cardinal. Send that robin up north when you're finished with him - my favourite bird.
You've mastered the art of fill flash - barely perceptible. :smile:
Thanks Sandi as common as the Robins are I always get excite when I can get a shot of one perched. Whats you addy I will overnight a pair up to you.
I still struggle with flash on occasion under certain circumstances
 
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Excellent series of images Mike!!

I would love to have this many species in my yard. Anymore, all we ever seem to see are house sparrows and an occasional cardinal.

Regards,
Tom
Thanks I dont want to soudn liek I am colpainign but I am always on alert for a new species or a rare visitor
 
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