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Peeking out to wish you all a happy day!
Birders notes: This little bird is a “year round” bird in my area ; Santa Clara County, but I tend to see it more in the Spring and Fall. I think they fly further north for their breeding season. They are quite busy and rarely stay still. They require a lot of patience to get a photograph of one in my experience but, they’re so cute, and beautiful the wait is worth it. 🙂
Nikon D700| Nikkor 200-500mm|Lexar Digital Film| PS CC 2017
More to come…
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A group of photographers got together last week for our annual trek to Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. It was dreary day with fog, and clouds all day. The light was flat, flat, flat. Thankfully there was a nice variety of birds on the ponds.
The first time around the auto-route there was Bald Eagle high up in it’s favorite tree. I call this tree the “Eagle Tree” because there’s been an Eagle perched in it the last 3 years I’ve been there. I wonder if this is the Juvenile Bald Eagle I’ve seen in years past grown up with an all white head now? Aren’t they majestic!
Later in the day high in the Eucalyptus trees there was a juvenile Bald Eagle surveying the land and ponds,
There was a spot of color on this dreary day…
These Snow Geese were the only ones we saw up on the bank. I think one had an injured wing and the other two were keeping it company.
Nikon D700| AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/4 w/AF-S 14eII TC| Hand-held| Lexar Professional High Speed Film| CS6
More to come…