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  1. Paul Mitchell

    Paul Mitchell Active Member

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    One of the shyest birds around. The Cardinal.

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  2. David_MC

    David_MC Always on

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    I find them quite skittish as well. Only have a few decent shots of them.
     
  3. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    These are my favourite birds. There's lots of them here in Stratford but I've yet to get a decent shot this year.
     
  4. Paul Mitchell

    Paul Mitchell Active Member

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    Roger if you are ever out my way, let me know and I will give you a guided tour of a special place where all the animals are super friendly and always looking for a hand to feed them. Here is a lousy shot badly out of focus, but trying to take a pic with my heavy dslr, while holding out a hand with peanuts, the Blue Jay still landed and I managed to get this shot. The next shot wasnt any better because the camera was just focused on the background.

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