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Old Feb 10, 2005, 7:48 PM   #1
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I was trying real hard to get a shot of a quail on my back fence, those shots came out bad because of a light pole right behind the bird. Anyway I saw this flock in the same tree as I was about to give up for the day, I took a quick shot and they were gone.

Not as sharp as I would prefer but they still look cool. BTW - They are the 37th identifiable bird species I have seen from my backyard.
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Old Feb 10, 2005, 8:22 PM   #2
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nice shot,

I intend to start counting on my garden too, was waiting for the FZ20, now I'm waiting for the TC, but will do some shot's this weekend, are You using any tele converter ?

By the way, do you have that male Eclectus ?
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No teleconverter yet. The Eclectus is mine, his name is Rainbow and I have had him for a bit more than a year (he was just weaned when we brought him home.

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Hi,

I also have a Eclectus, and it seems both have around the same age, I took mine on October 2003 an was 4/5 month old then:-)

How do I Post pictures here ? must I post on another site and link to it, or there is another way ?
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