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Residents at our Local lake in Wattle Grove W.A.

Discussion in 'Plants, Animals & Insects Photography Forum' started by Isac, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Isac

    Isac Active Member

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    These are just a few of our birds we see flitting about at our local lake. Taken on my 7D with the Tamron 18-400.
    #1 - Black Fronted Dotterel keeping an eye on the feather.
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    #2 - Keeping good focus on the White Faced Heron.
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    #3 - Pelican having a chat with a few Eurasian Coots.
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    #4 - Pacific Black patiently waiting for it's next feed of frozen vegetables from a keen local.
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    #5 - "Bums Up" getting the best of the abundant seafood smorgasbord.
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  2. rebel06

    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    Good set Isac ... you did well keeping focus on the heron through that grass/reeds
    Paul
     
  3. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    Well done set.
     
  4. David_MC

    David_MC Old Hand

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    Very nice set of images there.
     
  5. Isac

    Isac Active Member

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    Thanks Paul. The 7D tracking working at it's best is great for birds in flight.

    Thanks Roger, glad you like.

    Thanks David. Just a few of many. Cheers.
     
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  6. beersurgeon

    beersurgeon Well-Known Member

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    awesome shots of duck bootie! ;)
     
  7. Isac

    Isac Active Member

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    Cheers bs. The lake is only small but ducks a plenty! We had an extra boost of water this week - 4 months of rain in one day! - so that should stop the lake drying up over our long hot summer. This was the lake in March 2016 without rain!
    Dry Lake Wattle-Grove WA-1.jpg
    Dry Lake Wattle-Grove WA-2.jpg
     
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    Kevin Fox Always on Premium Member

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    Isac Active Member

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    Cheers Kevin, nice to get your comment.
     

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