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Copyright ©2017 Deborah M. Zajac  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Meadowlark Western – Male

Meadowlark Western Male

Copyright © 2017 Deborah M. Zajac ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 

Nikon D700| Nikkor 200-500mm| Lexar Professional Digital Film| PS CC 2017

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40 Comments

  1. Well your certainly got some wonderful captures from your birding outing. What is your approach. Are you walking around spotting the birds or do you sit quietly in one spot?

    • Thank you so much Denise!

      I use both. On this trip we drove slowly around the auto-route and looked for birds and other wildlife. There are pull-outs where you can park and observe that I will utilize if there are birds around or I know from past experience a certain bird likes to hang out around that spot then I’ll hang out a bit and wait to see what comes along.

      If there are walking paths or observation decks I use those too.

      Last week I drove to a place I’d seen a Tufted Titmouse pair while walking earlier that morning. When I got back and parked using my car as a blind, my camera ready, the birds never showed up, but lots of American Goldfinch did. 🙂

  2. So pretty!

  3. Deborah, the Meadowlark looks like he thinks the branch is his microphone! His beak open appears to have a grin, too. Such a perfect shot! 🙂

    • I thought the Meadowlark thought it was its microphone or a worm he could enchant with its singing! 🙂

  4. Such a great detail! (better than cute:):) ) meanwhile, I read you text your post below about the flooded area of Merced – so I know now where it is, lol!

  5. Love, love, love. What a beautiful photo.

  6. Thank you so much H.J.!

  7. this is a work of art Deb!!

  8. A marvelous shot, Deborah. That’s it. Period. 🙂

    janet

  9. Sweet!

  10. Looks so happy singing away. Great shot.

  11. Love how you caught him mid-song. He’s a beauty. Great capture 🙂

  12. Great shot – it looks like he’s singing loud and proud 🙂

    • Thank you Dan! He was! I wish I had video just then to try to record the song. Then I thought I’d add a MP3 sound track of one singing with this post, but found I need to upgrade to Premium and figure out how to do add it to a post. Something to add to my goals for this year. 🙂

  13. This is amazing

  14. Gorgeous :-). And uplifting (like Phil said)!

  15. Fantastic shot!

  16. Lovely photograph!

  17. STUNNNNNNNing!

  18. And isn’t he belting it out! It looks like he”s taken to stilts just to get a bit of extra distance on those high notes. 🙂
    A lovely shot, Deborah. You do post uplifting images which never fail to put a smile on my face 🙂

    • Thank you so much for this lovely compliment and comment Phil! I’m happy to hear you found this uplifting and it made you smile!

      • I was never particularly interested in wildlife, probably too busy but with Susan and your photography/blog my eyes and mind have been opened. 🙂

        • That’s the ultimate compliment Phil!!!

          I’m sure you’re going to be inspired by some bird or wildlife to tell another great story.

  19. Beautiful.


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