orphan bird

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  1. TTPeter

    TTPeter TPF Noob!

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    i want to get better at bird pictures, i couldnt find the parents,

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    iam using a d70 with a nikkon 70-300 g lens:blushing: , i bought a polarized filter today and iam going camping this weekend so i will have tons of pics

    enjoy

    peter
     
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    JohnMF TPF Noob!

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    they are probably out looking for worms :)

    nice shot
     
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    TTPeter TPF Noob!

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    i know, but if i said orphan bird u would feel pity:lol:
     
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    I did feel pity.
    Your plan worked. :D
    I am here and am looking at your chick-in-the-nest pic.
    But this bird looks so well fed ... I am sure it's not an orphan but both his parents are busy looking for food for him!
    Did you have to set up a ladder to get this point of view?
     
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    lol i knew where the parents where too , i was at my cousins house picking cherries, and he has so maybe bird in his backyard, i have about 300 bird shots, but because this was one of my first time taking bird shots most of them didnt turn out, yes this was a step up ladder, the nest was no more then 7-8 feet of the ground
     

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