mishap on a crow hunt.

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  1. snownow

    snownow TPF Noob!

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    First of all I dont have a bird thing (seems most of my posts have been birds). It seems this time of year there just happen to be quite a few birds around. sooo.. I caught the bad end of a crow. I also noticed the hawk in a 70' tree or so. He was nice enough to go hunting while i was standing there. All three shots taken on a wilderness trail out side my back yard
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    Sorry about the quality of the hawk, did not have my monopod, and he did not want to get to close to me.(D70 with a sigma 300mm lens) Nothing to write mom about, but it was fun taking them. I guess thats whats its all about?
     
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    omg the first one is just amazing!!! and finaly we have a crow here!!!
     
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    The first shot is cool. Nice one. There have been 3 crows frequenting a local park near my house every morning at 6:00am. Ya think I can get a shot of them??? Nope.
    Nice work snownow
     
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    that's not a crow...that's Chiller dressed in one of his halloween costumes doing the tango.

    nice hawk shot...i love that bird! now go out and get us a real crow ;)
     
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    wonderful hawk shot....really good.... and the crow...fuzzy sucker looks good, too.

    how have you attracted them??? we all keep trying, and *poof* they are gone....
     
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    :lmao: :lmao: Thanks Jon...but ya gotta dig the legs eh?? :lol: :lmao:
    Hey snownow, is there a way you can talk that crow into getting over to the local cemetery?
     
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    that's the first thing that caught my eye!
     
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    Nice effort Snownow, they are all nice shots. Crows must be the hardest thing on earth to capture in any sense of the word. Ernie
     

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