A slightly cold day of shooting some animals.

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  1. cjm

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    Ok actually not one day but two days or say 4 hours of shooting in around 0c degree weather, which was sure nice compared to previous weekends of shooting in minus 20 weather.

    So here are some birds and squirrels.

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    Harry Woodpecker in the snow.​

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    Close up of Pine Grossbeak.​

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    Just standing in the sun. ​

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    Chickadee fluffing its feathers​

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    Downy woodpecker​

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    Different Downy Woodpecker​

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    Blue Nuthatch​

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    Smiling Squirrel​
     
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    The Chickadee is my favorite.
    They're so tiny and cute.

    I'm so jealous of these pictures. If it was warmer here i'd be out shooting as well.
     
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    Good work, nice to see red squirrels, instead of the grey ones which are invading the UK, and wiping out our reds!!
     
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    These are great. Especially the squirl in the sun and the blue nuthatch.

    Dani
     
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    Hmm and I am wanting to shoot a different kind of squirrel. I guess the old thing about a common bird here (like a chickadee) is exotic somewhere else.

    Thanks Dani. I am rather fond of the squirrel in the sun. :) And the nuthatch I was waiting for 3 weeks to capture one on branches in a decent pose. Rare bird around here.
     
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    Nice work - I really like the Chickadee and the Blue Nuthatch.
     
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    Nice work.

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    STUNNING

    if I had to pick a fave then #2
     
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    I like #4 and the last shot.
     
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    the last one is awesome just a good timing. all of them are good.
     
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    These are very nice. I like the fact that there is such a variety of nature photos on the forum (nature being my favorite) but I like all of the photography. I am glad to hear you are looking for different squirels - we have a few red, lots of grays, now we have pure black and an occassional white one.
     

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