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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Lucky24Seven, Apr 27, 2019.
We did a K-laser treatment on a Curl-crested Aracari today. Protective eyewear was a must.
Got some great Ruby Throated Hummingbird shots this morning
What are they doing and why?
Dude has a fused back. Using this laser to decrease inflammation and help heal soft tissue.
I've used it on myself; crazy how good it works.
Nikon posted one of my photos on their outdoors account.
how am I not following them? Jeez
also. That's dope
That's badass. Congrats
Not a professional capturer, but we've had the same pair of common loons on our cabin's lake for a while now. Caught them diving for fish as a couple.
Mom or dad chilling by our dock
Haven't been out with my camera for like a month and a half, but went out today and saw some decent birdage.
Red-whiskered Bulbul (species from SE Asia)
Scaly-breasted Munia (also from SE Asia)
Robin (with big grub)
Female Hooded Oriole
Great photos, as always
Feeders were getting overrun by Mourning doves, Starlings & Mockingbirds... took all food down for about a month & starting fresh.
Saw some Lawrence's Goldfinches today. These guys are really weird. They have a really limited range, and you never know when they are gonna pop up. Didn't have my camera with me, photo from a few months ago.
Saw some good stuff today.
Zombie Red-tailed Hawk
Nuttal's Woodpecker (female)
Been without a dedicated wildlife/birding lens for several months, as I sold all my non Nikon Z glass... & the new Z180-600mm was on back order. Just got notification that it's about to ship
New lens arrived… It’s going to be a game changer. Relatively light at 4.7lbs, weather sealed & all internal zoom. 2x tele converter gets me out to 1800mm, if needed. Struggles a bit in Low-light, but is sharp as a tack.
I've gotten a couple long looks at Prairie Falcons the last couple days. We see them some in the colder months (Colorado), but it's been endless summer here with temps pushing or edging over 80. The Falcons don't seem very common where we live though. High numbers of Swainson's Hawks normally run this area, and I don't see Falcons when they're around.
Our Great Horned Owl is also back, but it's very near dark before I see it.
Not my picture of the Prairie Falcon. They are very actively hunting in late afternoons when I've see them.
In Belize for the week & didn’t have plans to hit up any nature preserves/ go birding, so left all telephoto lens at home… only bringing 35mm & 105mm Macro, attempting to pack light.
Such a fucking mistake. Resort is absolutely swarming with songbirds, hummingbirds, flycatchers, orioles, woodpeckers, kingfishers & water birds. .
Resorting to iPhone & cropping my 105mm/150mm in dx… Currently 2 Cinnamon Hummingbirds just hanging out, taunting me just beyond range
Great Kiskadee (flycatcher)
This is a phenomenal photo. Excellent centricity and clarity. All the field markings are clearly visible. Frame worthy imho.
You need to go to Costa Rica if you haven’t been. We stayed at two luxury eco lodges (El Silencio and Nayara Springs) that I think would be right up your alley. I did a couple of guided tours, but also saw 100+ species walking the grounds alone. A true embarrassment of riches.
We honeymoon’d there & loved it… haven’t been back since I took up photography & got into birding though. Definite plans to go back soon. I’ll be checking clothes in the future & loading my carry-on with camera gear. I’m furious at myself for leaving it all behind.
I seem to be a Yellow Throated Warbler whisperer
Last day here & finally got a decent Cinnamon Hummingbird shot on frame
Some cool stuff I've seen over the past few weeks.
Lesser Nighthawk on the sand dunes a few hundred feet from the ocean in Oxnard.
Western Bluebird at dawn.
My view walking up the concrete sides of the L.A River.
California Thrasher (the largest Thrasher in North America and probably the bird that got me into birding.)
Belted Kingfisher. The only time I've ever gotten a good shot of one, they're so fucking skittish.
Got a binocular harness for my birthday #warshed