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Old Jan 12, 2015, 2:03 AM   #1
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Default A few pictures from Consumes River Preserve

Just some ducks pictures in the fresh water ponds.
1. Northern Pintail male.
2. Cinnamon Teal male.
3. Cinnamon Teal male.
4. Cinnamon Teal couple, male on top and female on bottom.
5. Green-winged Teals (female and male) on right side.
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Old Jan 12, 2015, 5:38 PM   #2
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Which camera from your gear list was used for these photos? Great shots by the way.
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Pitter, I have 2 other cameras not on the list, a 7D and a 70D. The above pictures were taken with the 70D with the Sigma 150-500mm.
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Thank you. Looks like a good combo.
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The shots were very nice. The Pintail would have been improved by cropping as there was too much uninteresting space in the photo.
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nice series. i love pintails, but they're not very common around here... i maybe see one or two a year. cinnamon teals are even less common... last one of those i saw in the Seattle area was a couple of years ago, though they do show up now and then.
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The shots were very nice. The Pintail would have been improved by cropping as there was too much uninteresting space in the photo.
Thanks, street!
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nice series. i love pintails, but they're not very common around here... i maybe see one or two a year. cinnamon teals are even less common... last one of those i saw in the Seattle area was a couple of years ago, though they do show up now and then.
Thanks, Rocky! We have some Pintails in the Bay Area, but there is a ton of them in Sacramento area.
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