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    Penultimate posting before heading off to warmer climates

    Subject: Kestrel M (Falco tinnunculus)
    Camera: Canon EOS R3
    Lens: EF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM + EXTENDER RF1.4x
    Exposure: 1/800 at f/10 ISO2000
    Original format: Landscape, Slight crop

    All Raw captures perfectly exposed, confirmed by Raw Digger

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    Note: The subject is fully wild and completely unconstrained. Besides the potential impact of my presence, nothing has been done to intentionally alter or affect the ongoing behaviour of the subject.

    The mouse is dead and bred for snakes and I cannot see any difference between this and using sound recordings. It is now help the food intake for the female who is on the nest with eggs.
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    Couldn't ask for better. Soft light works well. Super background! You could opt to clean the perch on the left side - should be an easy enough job. Enjoy the warmer weather, wherever that is!

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    Couldn't ask for better. Soft light works well. Super background! You could opt to clean the perch on the left side - should be an easy enough job. Enjoy the warmer weather, wherever that is!
    Many thanks Dan, here is a version 'cleaned up' and yes, a breeze to do. I kept it in as it was part of the scene and have no concerns either way, but yes it does look cleaner.

    See you in mid June, hopefully...
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