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  1. #2251
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    Couple of Canvasbacks

    Got this spot where they like to come real close.
    Great chance to test out my new 1.7 Nikon TC on the 70-200vr

    - Rich

    Nikon: D50, 18-70mm, 50mm, 70-200vr
    Kenko: 12mm, 20mm, 36mm Ext Tubes
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  2. #2252
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    Out on the bicycle and saw this hawk about 10 feet off the road. Too bad I only had the little P&S.
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  3. #2253
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    Oh good, I was thinking about a new telephoto lens and got scared!

  4. #2254
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    Well, it always makes me think about a new P&S. Maybe the Olympus ZX-1.

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  6. #2256
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    Two cracker shots K1W1
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  7. #2257
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    Spring Gulls

    As has been true for the last few years, our spring seems to be heralded by the presence of seagulls that fly up the Susquehanna River from the Chesapeake Bay. They come up to feed on the insects that seem to condense out of the water and occasional snow on the ground. Resident ducks and geese also seem to enjoy that bounty.
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  8. #2258
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    Gatorland Rookery

    Taken at Gatorland in Orlando on Mar 12.
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  9. #2259
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    Some nice shots. Gatorland is definitely a unique birding destination. I think as many people go for the birds as for the gators. I know I would return for the birds. The density of nests is amazing. Quite a symbiotic relationship with the gators effectively guarding them.

  10. #2260
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    Yes it is, and I believe you are right about the people. I am heading back again this weekend, really looking forward to it. The gators defending/feasting on the misfortunate.

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