xelas

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  1. Indeed! Dave's comments (and nice weather) makes me go out each afternoon, for about 60-90 minutes. Each day one new species ... and some were lifers!
  2. Working hard, @Dave Williams ?! Isn't it funny how we forget to include the "usual suspects" which we encounter daily. Great photos of Greater Scaup.
  3. With D3 it will be much easier to wait till your D750 is repaired ... and maybe you will decide to keep using it! Pro body is a pro body, even 10 years later. In hands of excellent photographer like you, results can only be spectacular!
  4. OK, no self driving then. What an Xperience, Alex makes his namesakes proud!
  5. They all look very similar to me ... just like redheaded girls in Ireland !
  6. Now that is a true spirit that makes Big Year such a place to take part at! May the Force be with you, @Dave Williams (and the birds be with me )!
  7. Is this what you see right now, @Dave Williams ?
  8. Fantastic close-ups of batis!! How did you managed to get so close to them, @Peter Connan ??
  9. Last one from this very productive trip to Seewinkel NP. BY 316 / AUT 16 Crested Lark - Galerida cristata
  10. Being a big fan of birds of prey, below is the best sighting of the trip for me. BY 315 / AUT 15 Osprey - Pandium haliaetus
  11. More waders to be presented! BY 313 / AUT 13 Common Sandpiper - Actitis hypoleucos BY 314 / AUT 14 Spotted Redshank - Tringa erythropus
  12. @Dave Williams be careful with your finishing strategy, I might have an ace (or two) up my sleeves !!!
  13. In an attempt to raise the IQ before the lunch time, this little fella came to rescue ! BY 312 / AUT 12 Kentish Plover - Charadrius alexandrinus
  14. Different family of birds but same low IQ BY 311 / AUT 11 Lesser Whitethroat - Sylvia curruca
  15. One correction needed, it was obviously late night yesterday: BY 307 / AUT 07 Great Bustard - Otis tarda To continue, a wader but again far in the distance so IQ is low. BY 310 / AUT 10 Bar-tailed Godwit - Limosa lapponica

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