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      Jonathan Ashton

      Small Indian Civet

      Thread Starter: Jonathan Ashton

      Not the most aesthetically pleasing image but I can't remember seeing a picture of this animal on the website so I thought it was worth a post.

      Last Post By: Jonathan Ashton Today, 07:33 AM Go to last post
      Ernst Zigmund

      Flocking Banded Stilts

      Thread Starter: Ernst Zigmund

      My first thread here. Thanks for having me aboard.

      Most of my flock shots are duds. There's a lot to control and a lot of luck is needed

      Last Post By: Ernst Zigmund Today, 03:41 AM Go to last post
      Colin Driscoll

      Mud sandwich

      Thread Starter: Colin Driscoll

      This is a Magpie-lark, a male as indicated by the black throat. More common names are Mudlark or Peewee (call sounds a bit like).
      These are mud

      Last Post By: Ernst Zigmund Yesterday, 08:20 PM Go to last post
      Ian McLachlan

      Wandering Albatross Exulens or Antipodensis?

      Thread Starter: Ian McLachlan

      Off the South Coast of Western Australia at Bremer Bay you can go out about 20 miles into the Southern Ocean with Naturaliste charters and view the Orca

      Last Post By: Colin Driscoll Today, 04:03 AM Go to last post
      John Mack

      Lesser Scaup

      Thread Starter: John Mack

      Baited. This image was created at the infamous wall of shame on Oakley St. in Cambridge, Maryland on 2/8/20 at 2:33PM. Image processed in Lightroom and

      Last Post By: gail bisson Today, 06:18 AM Go to last post
      Dorian Anderson

      Royal Tern

      Thread Starter: Dorian Anderson

      Here's one from La Jolla last week while I was visiting my father-in-law in nearby Riverside County.

      A tiny touch more head turn would be

      Last Post By: Colin Driscoll Yesterday, 10:01 PM Go to last post
      John LeClair

      Sandhill Portrait

      Thread Starter: John LeClair

      This was taken at Viera Wetlands here in central Florida last December. Cropped for presentation. Processed in CP1 and PSCC. Neat Image

      Last Post By: John LeClair Yesterday, 08:43 PM Go to last post
      Mitch Carucci

      Bufflehead dawn

      Thread Starter: Mitch Carucci

      Topaz Impression

      Last Post By: Mitch Carucci Yesterday, 04:26 PM Go to last post
      Gabriela Plesea

      Kissable Muzzle

      Thread Starter: Gabriela Plesea

      Hello Friends,

      Sharing this for fun... but happy to hear all you have to say I spent a great deal of time with this lioness and you

      Last Post By: haseeb badar Today, 07:22 AM Go to last post
      Stu Bowie

      Scanning for a threat.

      Thread Starter: Stu Bowie

      When Pied Kingfishers have company around their space, they become very alert to protect their temporary space where they have perched. This fellow obviously

      Last Post By: Ian McLachlan Today, 01:17 AM Go to last post
      Randy Stout

      Muskrat lunch

      Thread Starter: Randy Stout

      This little fuzz ball climbed out on the ice and started eating a snack he dug up from the bottom of the lake. Perhaps a water Lilly root? He was quite

      Last Post By: haseeb badar Today, 07:30 AM Go to last post
      Joseph Przybyla

      Eastern Meadowlark

      Thread Starter: Joseph Przybyla

      I captured this image along 10 Mile Grade Road in Zolfo Springs, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.

      Last Post By: Tim Munsey Today, 05:44 AM Go to last post

      Marbled godwit

      Thread Starter: arash_hazeghi

      Godwit in flight, from SF bay last year

      shot with my D5 and 600E FL + TC14-E III ISO 500 f/5.6 at 1/4000sec hand held and processed

      Last Post By: arash_hazeghi Yesterday, 09:40 PM Go to last post

      Shoveler in flight.

      Thread Starter: dankearl

      One of my winter duck season goals. Taken today, I am running out of time as they
      don't stay much longer.
      I liked this one, this lake has

      Last Post By: gail bisson Yesterday, 08:16 PM Go to last post
      Ernst Zigmund

      G'day from Australia

      Thread Starter: Ernst Zigmund

      Hi all,

      I'm a keen BIF shooter of the ambulatory type. There's nothing like a grab shot, or grab burst, to get the adrenaline running.

      Last Post By: Ernst Zigmund Yesterday, 06:54 PM Go to last post
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