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A few nature images

 
 By: cazalea : January 8th, 2020-09:05




Every duck feeding 



Squirrel watching the ducks feeding







Those are some very awesome pictures. Congratulations. [nt]

 
 By: Catulle : January 8th, 2020-09:28
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And which lake were those taken at? [nt]

 
 By: InDebtButOnTime : January 8th, 2020-09:59
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That was Lake O'Neill, Camp Pendleton [nt]

 
 By: cazalea : January 8th, 2020-16:45
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Love the last one. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : January 8th, 2020-10:40
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Here he is alone

 
 By: cazalea : January 8th, 2020-16:47


The BIG picture



The ZOOM










Too cute! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : January 8th, 2020-21:57
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nice pictures.

 
 By: Weems@8 : January 8th, 2020-11:25
I made these a few months ago.







That's very green country - must be lots of rain [nt]

 
 By: cazalea : January 8th, 2020-16:47
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Love the squirrel...

 
 By: cshimokita : January 8th, 2020-13:31

; )

He might not last long

 
 By: cazalea : January 8th, 2020-16:44
with a coyote on his scent!





Lovely coyote! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : January 8th, 2020-21:57
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One more, a tree

 
 By: cazalea : January 8th, 2020-16:51




Cazalea

Birds

 
 By: IWC3751 : January 9th, 2020-02:52
Here are a few pictures from my side.









Outstanding! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : January 9th, 2020-02:56
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beautiful...

 
 By: cshimokita : January 9th, 2020-04:19
Casey

Those are some serious photos!

 
 By: cazalea : January 9th, 2020-04:52
Have you been taking bird pictures for a long time?

Thanks,

Cazalea

Yes that´s my hobby (beside collecting watches :-) ) [nt]

 
 By: IWC3751 : January 9th, 2020-05:09
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I just got into it kind of seriously when I got a new camera last year

 
 By: cazalea : January 9th, 2020-08:56
These are probably the nicest ones I've captured with the Sony RX10 iv







and here are some of my previous bird photos



You are clearly way up on the scale from my meager stuff.

Cheers,

Cazalea

I like the picture of the hummingbird, it catches the motion of wing.

 
 By: IWC3751 : January 9th, 2020-12:06
Thank you for link, what´s the name of the red bird?
Gerhard

Summer tanager; fairly rare - it was the first one I've ever seen, and it was in my yard

 
 By: cazalea : January 9th, 2020-15:39

Overview

Summer Tanager: Large tanager, dark-red overall with a large, pale gray bill. Legs and feet are gray. It is the only entirely red bird in North America. Female has olive-yellow upperparts and dull yellow underparts. Some red morph females have a red wash, red splotches, or are entirely red. It specializes in eating bees and wasps, which is why it is also known as the bee bird. Swift direct flight with quick wing strokes.


Range and Habitat

Summer Tanager: Breeds from southern California, Nevada, southern Iowa, across the Ohio River Valley to New Jersey, and south to the Gulf Coast and northern Mexico. Spends winters in tropics, from central Mexico south. Prefers open oak, hickory, and mixed oak-pine woodlands; also found in parks, orchards, and along roadsides.




Thank you for the information. Really a beautiful bird. [nt]

 
 By: IWC3751 : January 10th, 2020-00:11
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