Out the Window

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    wilson44512 TPF Noob!

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    hello every one. im new to these forums. and i hope to see a lot of beautiful photos. and learn more about photographing from this site. i have been using a D40 for the past 3 years. now im using a D90 that i just got.. these are a few picture i took looking out my bedroom window. were i set up a bird feeder. hope you enjoy my photos

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    i like the 1st one. what species is this?
     
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    Blue Jay
     
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    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #2 and #6 are my favorites. #2 might look a bit better if you cropped in on the Jay a bit more... IMO.

    The last one isnt a Blue Jay... or am I missing something? Maybe its a Blue Jay "pup"? or a Red Jay???? if that's even a real bird. :)
     
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    do they colonise oak woods like the ones in the British Isles?
     
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    i mean in the first picture (for example)
     

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