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Old Jul 28, 2004, 3:49 PM   #1
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Old Jul 28, 2004, 4:28 PM   #2
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nice shots dude, you're getting nice results with that fz10!

buuut, i'd say it's the photographer behind the camera....

btw, i saw a flicker today, in my yard, looked like a pigeon at first, then i noticed it was perched on the side of the tree, and gave up the pigeon theory..lol

nicely done norm!

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Old Jul 28, 2004, 10:01 PM   #3
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Thanks Vito, I think the Flickers are invading the planet. I photographed two more this afternoon from a longer distance and in more of a different local, a more wild environment. They were making some really strange sounds. I "hoped" they were something else, but upon download it was clear that they were yellow shafted (black moustache), same as the one above.

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ah, don't worry about business i got it under control, i've just been on vacation, so i have some catching up to do....

if you got any pictures you want me to see, that i missed, PM me! like, any unusual birds or watever...

i'm not sure wat kind of flicker was in my yard, but i distinctively remember a white spot on its "rump" as it was flying away...

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i'm not sure wat kind of flicker was in my yard, but i distinctively remember a white spot on its "rump" as it was flying away...
Oh my gosh, that's the rare white rumped flicker. Too bad you didn't get a photo of that one!

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