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Old Aug 18, 2005, 8:59 PM   #1
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These aren't up to the quality of the experts on this forum, but I'm working on it. An on going and learninng project. If I could figure out how to get closer to the little buggers, I might have better success. Anyway, here they are. I only know what the one bird is perched on the piling, that'd be an Osprey. The others, I'm not sure. Looked in my book, but couldn't fine them. Cheers....thekman.
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Great capture in #2 kman!
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Old Aug 18, 2005, 10:51 PM   #6
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Kman,

Barn swallows in #2 and #3. #4 looks like a starling or blackbird..bronze maybe. Nice feediingcapture in #2.

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Numbers two and three are Barn Swallows, and a rather remarkable picture of feeding their young on the wing. Number four "appears" to be a female Blackbird.

Swallows are always a pain to photograph.

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Thanks for the info and comments fellas. I'll add them to my growing list of birds I might know. Cheers........thekman.
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That feeding in the air shot is AMAZING !!! well done and KEEP THEM COMING !!
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Gosh, #2 is a unbelievable shot! bentleysmom
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