One day at the Bird's Paradise (part #2)

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...continuation of the previous thread !

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...that's all folks ! Thank you for looking (and commenting !?!) !

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J-P.
 

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Very nice collection of birds. We have most of those in Zoo Miami:

#1 Saddle-billed stork

#2 Wattled crane

#3 Sarus crane

#4 Australian pelican

#5 Grey Crowned Crane

#6 Scarlet Ibis

#7 Blue and Gold Macaw (not sure of the sub-species on this one)

#8 Grey Crowned Crane

#9 Grey Crowned Crane

#10 Grey Crowned Crane
 

JPS

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Very interesting bunch of birds! Ya did good on dat shootin!
Thanks Dianne !

I really had a tremendout time over there...

Nice shots, J-P. You had better watch it or you'll wear out that 300!
Thanks Aaron !

I sure hope so ! Although here in Geneva, we don't have as many birds as they've got in this park..

Very nice collection of birds. We have most of those in Zoo Miami............
Thanks a lot for naming those birds, Alex !

I don't know nothing about birds, and unfortunately it's a bit late to start leaning their names :frown: !


great set! #9 is priceless! what a capture!
Thanks Ananth !

These "Grey Crowned Cranes" are so used to the public that one can get very near, less than 3 feet, before they fly away !

You made the best of the opportunity. Well done.
Thanks Al !

Now, I will have to learn how and where to shoot "real" wild birds.... (this will be much more difficult !)

Beautiful set of pics, J-P.
Thanks for sharing them.

Thanks Jeff (?)
 

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