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Waterton is for the birds....
Lens: Bigma, 55-300 Camera: K3 Photo Location: Alberta, Canada 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 07-10-2014, 11:28 AM

...and here are a few that live there:

Mountain Bluebird (male)


Mountain Bluebird (female)


American Gold Finch (female)


American Gold Finch (male)


Brewers Blackbird


Cassins Finch


Red-winged Blackbird (male)


Grey Jay


Vesper Sparrow


Killdeer


If any of the bird ID is wrong please let me know, I am not an expert.

Comments are always welcome and appreciated.
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Very nice set of birds photographed in nice focus
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Are you trying to do some ardvertisement for Waterton ???

If so... well, I have to say: well done !!!

Great pictures, either of the animals or now the birds.
And now I am looking at the planes to Calgary
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A great series there Heinrich.---charliezap

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Wow. Are these also with the 55-300?

I need to practice.
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beautiful captures Heinrich, I love to watch the killdeer when they are protecting their young.
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Great shots. I must practice more ....
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Terrific work from a true craftsman - super job, Heinrich.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Michael Piziak Quote
Very nice set of birds photographed in nice focus
Thank you Michael

QuoteOriginally posted by lepiallou Quote


Are you trying to do some ardvertisement for Waterton ???

If so... well, I have to say: well done !!!

Great pictures, either of the animals or now the birds.
And now I am looking at the planes to Calgary
Thank you kindly and let me know if you need a hand with the schedule.

QuoteOriginally posted by charliezap Quote
A great series there Heinrich.---charliezap
Thank you Charlie, I had a great 2 weeks photographing them.

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Wow. Are these also with the 55-300?

I need to practice.
Thank you Dennis, some were taking with Bigma. If we were close to the car I usually used Bigma on walks I just took the 55-300

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beautiful captures Heinrich, I love to watch the killdeer when they are protecting their young.
Thank you Bob and you mean like this:




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Great shots. I must practice more ....
Thank you kindly.

QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Terrific work from a true craftsman - super job, Heinrich.

Jer
Hi Jer and thank you.
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Beautiful pictures of those birds. Around here we call the Gray Jay ...Whisky Jacks. Why, I do not know.
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Wow, you've been busy lately. Great shots.
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Beautiful pictures of those birds. Around here we call the Gray Jay ...Whisky Jacks. Why, I do not know.
Thank you kindly, Whisky Jacks is common around here as well.

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Wow, you've been busy lately. Great shots.
Thank you tony, had 2 weeks with nothing else to do but take pictures.
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