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      John Cooper

      Black Falcon

      Thread Starter: John Cooper

      During one of my sesssions photographing the Whistling Kite feeding, a dark image came zooming into the frame scaring the living daylights out of both

      Last Post By: Ian Wilson Today, 04:08 AM Go to last post

      Laughing Dove

      Thread Starter: supreet.sahoo

      Tiger reserves in India sometimes also have some great bird image potential but unfortunately most ppl ignore this in search of gold! I dont blame them

      Last Post By: Ian Wilson Today, 04:17 AM Go to last post
      Greg Oakley

      Australian King-Parrot

      Thread Starter: Greg Oakley

      One from a few weeks back. This is a young male moulting into full plumage - it will eventually have a completely red head. Setup perch with seed used

      Last Post By: Ian Wilson Today, 04:21 AM Go to last post
      Nicholas Chow

      Deer in the Inlet

      Thread Starter: Nicholas Chow


      Nikon D5200 | Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6
      f/5.6 | 1/1250 | ISO 400

      My first post on BPN . The image is

      Last Post By: Steve Kaluski Today, 09:14 AM Go to last post
      Ian Wilson

      Australasian Pipit

      Thread Starter: Ian Wilson

      Widespread through Australia and New Zealand, also found in E Europe, Africa, Asia, SE Asia and New Guinea. Shot taken on a dull day, mid-afternoon.

      Last Post By: William Dickson Today, 02:05 AM Go to last post
      Marina Scarr


      Thread Starter: Marina Scarr

      Did a little bit of experimenting with a flashlight on this accommodating Eastern Screech Owl. The lighting gave the image a rather ominous feel reminiscent

      Last Post By: William Dickson Today, 02:06 AM Go to last post
      Wendy Kates

      Theme: ghostly night

      Thread Starter: Wendy Kates

      This was a witch that was hanging from a brownstone on the upper east side of NYC on the day after Halloween a couple of years ago. I can't remember

      Last Post By: Wendy Kates Yesterday, 09:17 PM Go to last post
      Miguel Palaviccini

      Unexpected Prey, Pt 2

      Thread Starter: Miguel Palaviccini

      Here is another shot from the encounter of an Ibis with a frog. For the full story, see my previous post.

      I like the position of the frog

      Last Post By: christopher galeski Today, 12:50 AM Go to last post
      John Robinson

      Autumn Nuthatch

      Thread Starter: John Robinson

      Taken through the room window (double glazed)
      Bird table set up. Couple of blurred tits removed from background

      Last Post By: christopher galeski Today, 12:55 AM Go to last post
      William Dickson

      BBC Life Story

      Thread Starter: William Dickson

      This is a great series and well worth a look. It started in the UK last week


      Last Post By: Bill McDonald Yesterday, 07:43 PM Go to last post
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