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    Yellow Crowned Night Heron on Nest.

    Very harsh light, but controlled it the best I could:




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    Re: Yellow Crowned Night Heron on Nest.

    First one is very sharp , good Capture
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    Re: Yellow Crowned Night Heron on Nest.

    Nice! I've never seen the likes of these before.

    The second one is comical. I recall seeing a muppet character like that years ago
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    Re: Yellow Crowned Night Heron on Nest.

    Wow Bob!! I always look forward to seeing your photos and these are no exception. You inspire me to do better!!:thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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    Re: Yellow Crowned Night Heron on Nest.

    Thanks guys. While I'm not overly pleased wth these because of the poor lghting, I will return to this location under better lighting conditions and improve upon these shots. Half the chllenge in wildlife photography is finding the wildlife. The other half is timing. I found these too late in the day to get good shots. I think I should have waited a couple hours for better light. I think based on the only shooting direction available, evening would be best.

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