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Mrs. Kingfisher

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Lou Buscher, May 27, 2007.

  1. This was last summer in a small swamp by my home. I go down there and sit in the late after noon as the sun is heading in the right direction and all the critters are coming out for supper. Got lucky as I sat in my wagon along came Mrs. Kingfisher and sat right on a white birch stump about 125 feet from me.
    Camera Canon 1dm2n
    Lens Canon 500f4 +te 1.4
    ISO 500
    SS 1/640 @ F9
    EV +2/3

    1 Well hello there Mrs. Kingfisher
    Canon EOS-1D Mark II N    ---    700mm    f/9.0    1/640s    ISO 500
  2. 2 You surprised me
    Canon EOS-1D Mark II N    ---    700mm    f/9.0    1/640s    ISO 500

    3 Stop squawking
    Canon EOS-1D Mark II N    ---    700mm    f/9.0    1/640s    ISO 500

    4 Goodbye and thanks for the visit.
    Canon EOS-1D Mark II N    ---    700mm    f/9.0    1/640s    ISO 500
  3. Lou, nice shots of the devil bird!!!
  4. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    awww the devil bird:>)))
    Nice shots
    You lucky duck
  5. A lucky duck hah, I v'e never heard of that one before for a kingfisher:biggrin: Thank you Gale
  6. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Great action shot of a very fast bird.
  7. Thanks Jeff for looking in.
  8. very nice Lou.. what a treat, I have not been able to get within 50 yards of a Kingfisher. Well done.
  9. eng45ine


    May 11, 2005
    Chicago, IL
    Nice shots Louie, Mrs. K is a great looking gal. I still can't get over how long their beaks are.
  10. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    You are the lucky duck..to get pics of it
    The bird is
    .....THE DEVIL BIRD...............
  11. Like Paul, I have never been close to a kingfisher. I am jealous.:mad: 
  12. Thats to bad Allen as they are a sight to see when they make their dive for a fish. Look around water like lakes ,streams and rivers as they nest in the mud in holes at ground level and best seen if you can go around in a boat looking like a canoe or kayak. You have to be patience with them as they are skittish birds.
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