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    I'm way out of my league, posting a shot in this extremely high-calibre thread, but I got a cute shot of a Clark's Nutcracker today, chomping on some snow. (Yes of course we still have snow... it's only May )

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    "I got a cute shot of a Clark's Nutcracker today, chomping on some snow."

    Very cute action shot and nice exposure. Here's a cute one (I thought) from this winter of a chickadee eating insect cocoons off an oak leaf.

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    Great shots Jonathan and Vern.....cute little guys. I have never seen the Clark's Nutcracker, thanks for sharing.

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    Cool shot of the male Robin.....darn good sharpness and detail with stacked converters and ISO 3200.....neat!!!

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    Indigo Bunting
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    Post your best bird shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Indigo Bunting
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    Beautiful. One of my favorite birds. They pass through SE WI quickly and are sometimes hard to capture.

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    Great shot of the IB, Joel. So hard to catch a glimpse of one let alone manage a great capture like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
    Great shot of the IB, Joel. So hard to catch a glimpse of one let alone manage a great capture like that.
    M_Six, Drive down to Little Grand Canyon in SW Illinois. It is almost impossible not to see an Indigo this time of the year while driving on the backroad to the hiking trail parking lot.
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    Re: Post your best bird shots!

    snakes are plentiful too. Watch your step. They get a bit grumpy.
    Words get in the way of what I meant to say.

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