Grey heron part 2

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  1. goooner

    goooner Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Found a nesting site not that far off, so I will be visiting these guys more often. The only problem is that the nest is high up in a tree, and I really don't have a clear shot of it. I got this one in flight though, and the other 2 was very late with almost no light available. All shot with the kit 18-140. The last two are a little noisy and not as sharp as I would have liked.

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    Very nice set.
     
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    Nice pics, the second one is my favourite of the lot.

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    robbins.photo Yup, It's The Zoo Guy Supporting Member

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    Have to agree with WG on this one, #2 for the win..
     
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    One thing thats really bothering me about theses photos is not the photos at all but that fencing,It looks like it could be a possible hazard to waterfowl wildlife. As far as the photos go nice set. I like one and two the best.
     
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    Great set
     
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  7. goooner

    goooner Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thank you.
     
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    goooner Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Yes that screwed up my background as well-lol. I guess it is put in place to prevent erosion, as a deterrent to the beavers. The beavers have been causing quite a lot of damage around the park, and are becoming quite a nuisance in some parts in Germany.

    The other birds don't seem to worry too much (only about 10% of the bank was covered in the mesh), and mister long legs is probably the best equipped to deal with it-lol.
    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    very nice set....
     

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