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ajax
537 days ago
 
You did a very fine job with this lens Candace...Beautiful shots.


When we tug on a single thing in nature, we find it attached to everything else. John Muir

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Candace
537 days ago
 
Thank you, Ajax.


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tufteach
537 days ago
 
I'm with Ajax, Candace--great shots. I also have been dreaming of a 400mm lens for a long time. Want one so badly.



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Candace
537 days ago
 
Thanks. I was looking at a Flickr group for Gilbert Riparian Preserve (where I took the above shots) and practically everyone that had posted in there was using a 400mm. Everyone in the world must be rich but me. I guess I never knew lenses could be so expensive. You think the camera body is the pricey part but not the lenses so much.


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tufteach
501 days ago
 
Stellar Jay
This guy is a new visitor to my feeders. While watching him I noted he was eating in an odd way--turning his head sideways to pick up the seeds. I did not immediately notice his broken upper beak! Hopefully, he found an easy meal and will be back. His blue color is spectacular.

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Stellar Jay by tufteach, on Flickr



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Candace
500 days ago
 
Poor guy, I hope he can survive.


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tufteach
494 days ago
 
Brown-headed Cowbird
These guys hang out with the Brewer's Blackbirds and the Starlings. We also often see them on the backs of the horses. One interesting bit of info I read was that they lay their eggs in the nests of other birds! Lazy buggers!

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IMG_4919 by tufteach, on Flickr



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Degilbo
494 days ago
 
That's the way to go - let someone else raise your kids - LOL Smart birds, just like the Storm Birds we get down here through summer. They do the same only they are a much bigger bird.


“Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. – It’s already tomorrow in Australia” :-) Charles Schulz

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Candace
481 days ago
 
I love the little feet:
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Hummingbird by maccandace, on Flickr

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Hummingbird by maccandace, on Flickr

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Hummingbird by maccandace, on Flickr

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ajax
480 days ago
 
Good job Candace.


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Candace
480 days ago
 
Thanks!


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tufteach
477 days ago
 
Taking advantage of hose puddle. The one in the middle seems to be studying its reflection!

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img51b805cfe1c76.jpg?url=http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3794/9022022218_4af28070ef_b.jpg Brown-Headed Cowbirds Bath Time by tufteach, on Flickr

Feeder full of finch families feeding! Pardon the aliteration. Couldn't help myself. This feeder has six perches and the finches feud over them.

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2013 159/365 Feeding Finches by tufteach, on Flickr



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tufteach
477 days ago
 
Though quite common, this is the first opportunity I've had to shoot this shy bird! Isn't it lovely.

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IMG_5102 by tufteach, on Flickr



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ajax
477 days ago
 
I have a lot of these in my yard, and you are right.. Very Shy, so great capture Tufteach.


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tufteach
462 days ago
 
Not the best shot...
I was watching Judge Judy on TV with my French doors and the screen mesh open when I noticed a hummingbird hovering just outside. Sure enough, after a few moments, it flew in! It flew to the window and not wanting it to go up the vaulted ceiling, I went ahead a gently grabbed it. Of course I wanted a picture. Quickly one-handedly took the shot and then released the tiny girl outside. Believe it is a female Rufous hummer.

http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img51cb79712e3e0.jpg?url=http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5549/9147669934_65cd3a434c_b.jpg 2013 175/365 Stray Hummingbird! by tufteach, on Flickr



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Candace
462 days ago
 
Wow, sweet little thing!


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Candace
460 days ago
 
From the tiniest to the biggest in my yard recently:http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/img51cf2c04eeb65.jpg?url=http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7439/9138817325_a177417008.jpg
New H-Bird Feeder by maccandace, on Flickr

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New H-Bird Feeder by maccandace, on Flickr

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Harris' Hawk by maccandace, on Flickr

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Harris' Hawk by maccandace, on Flickr

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tufteach
460 days ago
 
Wow!



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ajax
458 days ago
 
I've had this juvenile Cooper's Hawk coming to my bird bath for a couple of weeks.. I was ready for him today..Taken through my kitchen window. You can tell its a juvenile by the yellow eye.. As an adult it will be red.

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tufteach
458 days ago
 
Nice one, ajax! In this heat I'm keeping my birdbath full in case any of my feathered friends need a dip or drink!



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