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Old 09-14-2013   #11
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Looks like it ate well! Great shots...
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Excellent series!
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Welcome to this forum, great start, splendid photos. I have the same lens recently added to my lens line up and I'm quite pleased with it.
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Excellent shots and nice BIF.
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very nice set
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Well held!
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Great shots.....sharp! I was wondering about the 2X TC and sharpness, I see no problem here!
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Is there a sub-species difference or is this a regional naming thing? I would call this a Great Blue Heron.

I freely admit I'm barely a dilettante in birding things, and I often get IDs wrong...

I love the action in the 2nd image, guessing the bird was flipping its dinner around for easier swallowing?
Thanks, what we in the UK and Europe call the Grey Heron ( The RSPB: Grey heron ) is a very similar bird to what you call the GBH (Great Blue Heron) in the US.
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…what we in the UK and Europe call the Grey Heron ( The RSPB: Grey heron ) is a very similar bird to what you call the GBH (Great Blue Heron) in the US.
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Welcome to Bird Forum. Excellent series. Hope to see more of your work.
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Excellent series Mark. Nice to see you over here on Photocamel and hope to see more of your work in the future.
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Excellent series Mark. Nice to see you over here on Photocamel and hope to see more of your work in the future.
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