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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola) In Action !

12th December 2011



A short visit to Ranganan - Timbuk wetland in Tuaran where it hosted the vagrant Pied Avocet 2 weeks ago, I got this shots of fighting Wood Sandpiper. Only few frames were in focus because I was shooting from the car and a bit higher on the ground. Plus their actions was so quick !

Digiscoped with Nikon Fieldscope EDG85 via Nikon FSA-L2 DSLR Photo Adapter on Nikon D300s


 



  

That's really hurt !

Happy birding !

4 comments:

John said...

What amazing shots! Particularly like the first one, you really get a sense of the movement going on.
You are right, that must have hurt!
J
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Mpho said...

Hi,
A real joy of photography in action.Amazing shots!

Stuart Price said...

Wow, great action shots!

Jacqueline Deely said...

I am a bird photographer, but have never considered using a Fieldscope! Something I am sure to explore as the quality of images here are amazing. I am a Nikon D300 user, so any advice you can provide would be fantastic!