Day 6 of Birding

As I was walking along the trail during lunch, I emerged into a clearing from the bush and saw this deer moving along. I guess he saw or heard me before i saw him, I could only get this shot before he was gone.

Deer

1/1000, f/6.3, ISO 2500, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

I almost missed this heron as he was across the river and I could barely make him out against the background.

Great Blue Heron

1/1000, f/7.1, ISO 1600, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

This guy was sitting on the far side of the river in front of the heron above.

Florida Cooter Turtle

1/1000, f/9.0, ISO 1600, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

Tufted Titmouse

1/1000, f/9.0, ISO 1600, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

I have been playing with this style for my bird pictures, you can see them
here. You can see the original photo below before the conversion.

Downy Woodpecker

1/1000, f/10, ISO 1600, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

Downy Woodpecker

1/1000, f/10, ISO 1600, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

I can’t tell which warbler/finch this one is due not seeing his back. If anyone has an idea, please comment and let me know.

1/1000, f/6.2, ISO 2000, 600mm f/5-6.3, natural light, not baited, called in or set up

equipment list – Tamron SP 150-600mm Di VC USD on a Nikon D610
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1 thought on “Day 6 of Birding”

  1. Gwen

    Amazing photos! Interesting to find all this beautiful wildlife living just beyond our busy city streets.

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