Yesterday was a busy day for birds at Farmington Bay. One hunter was trying to talk to me and he said it was so cold that nothing was moving. But he’s not observant because I saw almost twenty different bird species. One species was the male Northern Shoveler: The easiest way to identify [...]
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This weekend I rented a 400mm f/2.8 lens. Since I took all the shots with the 500mm lens in California, it’s hard to find a bird in common for the inevitable lens comparison. But I did! Behold the coot taken with the Nikon 500mm lens. Coots are a good test bird because they [...]