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Posted By: Sailor, 01-07-2020, 04:51 PM

. . . . . . Diversity!

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01-07-2020, 05:22 PM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
. . . . . . Diversity!

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Always an interesting scene when birds not of a feather flock together.
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Stunning.
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Excellent capture Jer! Those guys sure have good balance on a pretty small branch, particularly the one on the right.

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A Heron among the Ibis? Not that sure of ID-ing wading birds. Fantastic image!
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QuoteOriginally posted by reh321 Quote
Always an interesting scene when birds not of a feather flock together.
Maybe a lesson for us humans.

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Stunning.
Thanks very much!

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Excellent capture Jer! Those guys sure have good balance on a pretty small branch, particularly the one on the right.
I appreciate the kind words, Todd!

Jer

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A Heron among the Ibis? Not that sure of ID-ing wading birds. Fantastic image!
Thank you! I think the straight-billed one is an egret - but I could certainly be wrong. I like to photograph birds but I know very little about 'em.

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Celebrating
What a super clean shot of these birds.

Two appear to only have one leg... is this what you meant be diversity?
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Very nice composition and focus

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Nice capture of the Ibis and Snowy Egret together in the same place.


Hint Jer, I gave you the link to Cornell's birds online that will help you ID birds you don't recognize. Here it is again. Online bird guide, bird ID help, life history, bird sounds from Cornell All About Birds
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What a super clean shot of these birds.

Two appear to only have one leg... is this what you meant be diversity?
Thanks for the nice words regarding the photo. Your comment reminded me - a total non sequitur - that no one is more busy than a one-legged man in a butt-kicking contest!

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Very nice composition and focus
Thank you.

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Nice capture of the Ibis and Snowy Egret together in the same place.


Hint Jer, I gave you the link to Cornell's birds online that will help you ID birds you don't recognize. Here it is again. Online bird guide, bird ID help, life history, bird sounds from Cornell All About Birds
Thanks, Mar!! And the Cornell link is now firmly ensconced on my Favorites. Maybe I can learn something after all these years.

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a total non sequitur
It's just the way the old Kerrowdown brains wired up...
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It's just the way the old Kerrowdown brains wired up...
At least your wiring is still intact - mine corroded years ago.

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