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Old Oct 28, 2009, 3:26 PM   #1
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Default Morning Red Tail Hawk

Morning Red Tail Hawk

My continuing effort to get back in the grove shooting wildlife instead of trains. ???? Maybe I should sit by the railroad tracks at Bosque and shoot the train instead of Birds and other wildlife ???







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Old Oct 28, 2009, 5:11 PM   #2
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VERY sharp photos! What camera and lens are you using for these?
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Hi Roger,

I see you haven't lost your touch. Lovely captures!

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Old Oct 28, 2009, 8:49 PM   #4
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VERY sharp photos! What camera and lens are you using for these?
My 1D Mark 3 and a 500 Is lens.
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very nice set. really enjoyed these.
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Great shots Roger. Are you still swinging that rig around on your Bush Hawk?
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I see you haven't lost your touch. Lovely captures!

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very nice set. really enjoyed these.

I am glad you enjoyed them, I used a crow call to get his attention so I had a lot of opportunities at him.
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Great shots Roger. Are you still swinging that rig around on your Bush Hawk?
Not for the woodpecker or this guy cuz I loaned it to a friend who is out hunting elk. I miss it, by hand my set up is heavy.
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I am glad you enjoyed them, I used a crow call to get his attention so I had a lot of opportunities at him.
did you use a tape+loudspeaker or did you actually use a barrel/reed call?
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