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Thread: Early Morning Chickadee

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    Nice! I love those little things.
    Learn all you can about nature. What we don't understand, we fear and what we fear, we destroy.
    Teach a young person to hunt and fish, after all, someone taught you.

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    Great pic! equipment and settings used?
    You checkin' me out?

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    It seems no matter where I hunt, at some point in the day there will be a group of chickadees with a nuthatch in tow make an appearance. I'm not real sure why the nuthatch hangs with the chickadees but they are neat little birds too watch.

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    Great shot Kevin

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    As always, great clarity & contrast.

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    I for one sure enjoy your photos! Very crisp and great colour. Keep it up ��

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    Thanks everyone

    Quote Originally Posted by pdhenderson View Post
    Great pic! equipment and settings used?
    Nikon D5100
    Sigma 150-500
    F 6.3
    ISO 800
    SS 1/800
    500mm

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    I had a pair nesting under my camp for the last couple of years. Tiny, tiny birds - especially when you see the eggs!

    Is this, technically, a black capped chickadee?

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    Great pic! Whenever I've gone to RBG these little birds would land on my hand to eat. Catch a small bug or bring some seed and these little guys will come right to you.
    Rick

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