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Lens: 55-300 SDM Camera: K3ll Photo Location: Aiedrie, Alberta ISO: 1600 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 10-14-2021, 06:15 PM

During their Fall Migration south the usually stop here for a couple of weeks.




















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10-14-2021, 06:27 PM   #2
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Very nice images. Knowing the migration times of birds through different areas is a great way to capture different species. I need to work on that. Thanks for posting these images.
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Beautiful photography, as always Heinrich.
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Great to see such finely captured detail on such intricately detailed and patterned birds!
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Lovely series of these birds - thanks for posting Heinrich
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Outstanding collection of terrific photo, Heinrich! A real pleasure.

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Very nice images. Knowing the migration times of birds through different areas is a great way to capture different species. I need to work on that. Thanks for posting these images.
Thank you for looking and commenting, it is appreciated.

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Beautiful photography, as always Heinrich.
Thank you for the kind words Les

QuoteOriginally posted by angkymac Quote
Great to see such finely captured detail on such intricately detailed and patterned birds!
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Thank you for the kind comment

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Lovely series of these birds - thanks for posting Heinrich
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Outstanding collection of terrific photo, Heinrich! A real pleasure.

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Hi Jer and thank you for the kind words

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Heinrich, those are fantastic. How did you get so close?
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Heinrich, those are fantastic. How did you get so close?
Thank you Remco, the creek runs right through town with walking/biking path alongside it. Most birds get used to people very quickly.

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Thank you Remco, the creek runs right through town with walking/biking path alongside it. Most birds get used to people very quickly.
Ah, that explains it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Heinrich Lohmann Quote
During their Fall Migration south the usually stop here for a couple of weeks.




















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Beautifully captured photo's of this bird....what is it called looks very much like a Great Snipe.....
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Beautifully captured photo's of this bird....what is it called looks very much like a Great Snipe.....
Thank you for the kind comment, the birds are Greater Yellow Legs
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QuoteOriginally posted by Heinrich Lohmann Quote
During their Fall Migration south the usually stop here for a couple of weeks.




















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Very nice captures of beautiful birds, very well done.
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Very nice captures of beautiful birds, very well done.
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