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To kill a Mockingbird

Discussion in 'Birds' started by mike mac, Apr 13, 2005.

  1. The guy bothers the heck put of all its lawnmates quite the rude bird almost troll like.

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    Date/Time 13-Apr-2005 12:28:26
    Make Nikon
    Model NIKON D2H
    Flash Used No
    Focal Length 420 mm
    Exposure Time 1/160 sec
    Aperture f/8
    ISO Equivalent 200
    Exposure Bias +1/3
    White Balance
    Metering Mode matrix (5)
    JPEG Quality (6)
    Exposure Program aperture priority (3)
  2. They are on onery lot the Mockingbirds. They pretty well run off all my backyard birds except a couple of robins that are now builiding a nest. Nice image by the way.
  3. Crisp and clear shot Mike!! Good going!! :)  :)  :)  :) 
  4. hans


    Feb 5, 2005
    The Netherlands

    Please enlighten my memorie,was it a book or a movie? Can't recall
  5. Beautiful image, love the background, well done!! :shock:
  6. I'm not Mike; however, it was both a book and a movie. The movie was in black and white and stared Gregory Peck.
  7. NeilCam


    Feb 21, 2005
    Ottawa, Ontario
    I know they're aggressive, but I quite like Mockingbirds - they're such incredible mimics.

  8. First time I ever heard one I was sitting in Jarrell's yard last October and was amazed at the beauty of the song! Good capture, Mike - love the bokeh on this shot.
    Also loved the movie - a classic.
    Cheers, Sandi
  9. Yes when these guys show up the others leave. Almost as bad as the tree rats
  10. thanks Bryan they dont stay still for long I got lucky
  11. Thanks Hans I seen Gordon answered your question.
  12. Neil
    They sure are amazing how they can change there tune
  13. Sandi
    thanks wow so you got to meet the master in person lucky you. the bokeh is what drew me to thsi shot plus it is an unsusual pose for this critter.
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