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  1. #3801
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEccleston View Post
    Bella modelling some Chickadees.


    Chickadee by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Chickadee by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr

    And a woodpecker


    Woodpecker by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr
    I love the 2nd chickadee shot.....really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslls View Post
    What incredible shots and for your first sighting of a bald eagle! Well done!!

    +1 .... I have yet to get a chance to image these awesome birds!

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    This is a frequent visitor to my feeders in the yard.....Red Bellied Woodpecker. It is not often that they will pose in such a way that you can actually see the "red Belly"



    Canon 1DX
    700mm
    f/7.1
    ISO 1600
    1/800

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    This Northern Flicker has been starting to visit the feeders this year (finally) I have seen them from a distance for at least 4 years.



    Canon 1DX
    700mm
    ISO 3200
    f/7.1
    1/800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    I love the 2nd chickadee shot.....really nice.
    Thanks Joel. Your birds are excellent, as always.

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    Geat shots Joel - nice when they pose. Here's a nuthatch from yesterday near my feeder. These little guys have a lot of personality.

    1Dx, 600mm f4L II + 1.4X III, ISO 800, 1/1600, f8, better beamer w 600EX, -1 2/3 fill flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    Geat shots Joel - nice when they pose. Here's a nuthatch from yesterday near my feeder. These little guys have a lot of personality.

    1Dx, 600mm f4L II + 1.4X III, ISO 800, 1/1600, f8, better beamer w 600EX, -1 2/3 fill flash.
    I agree...that's the Red Breasted Nuthatch I think. You did well catching the classic Nuthatch pose and the sharpness of the that new 600 (even with the converter) is killer! Well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    I agree...that's the Red Breasted Nuthatch I think. You did well catching the classic Nuthatch pose and the sharpness of the that new 600 (even with the converter) is killer! Well done
    Do you use a suet feeder to get the woodpeckers? I'm thinking about adding one.

    Here's the other type of nuthatch we get in NC:
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    Yes....small wire cage that holds a suet cake. Just about any variety of suet works for me.

    If you have a Tractor Supply Store close by I recommend getting suet there....a box of 10 cakes sells for $10.....best price I have ever seen.

    (Discliamer: I am in no way affiliated with Tractor Supply)

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    Thanks!

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