Northern Flicker

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Taken:
2019-06-06
Uploaded: 2019-08-14
Camera:
NIKON D7200
Lens:
18.0-300.0 mm f/3.5-6.3
Focal length: 270 mm
F-Stop:
6.3
Filter:
N/A
Shutter Speed:
1/1250 s
Tripod:
No
ISO:
2500
Flash:
No

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Critiques for this photo (6):

Everlasting (2019/08/14)

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plimrn (2019/08/15 18:48:34): You're right

Buin (2019/08/14)

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plimrn (2019/08/15 19:12:05): Me too, I've never cared much for cities

guillaumejm (2019/08/15)

mortijo (2019/08/15)

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plimrn (2019/08/15 18:47:15): Dank je. Ik begrijp het, het gebrek aan reactie is ontmoedigend

CLODO (2019/08/18)

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plimrn (2019/08/20 18:16:48): Nous nourrissons les oiseaux; Maintenant, les cerfs ont appris à accéder aux graines de tournesol des mangeoires. J'étais en train de désherber quand un voisin de passage a appelé: "Il y a un cerf dans ta cour."
J'ai répondu: "Oui c'est Brava"

borrazopolitan (2019/08/18)

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plimrn (2019/08/19 16:58:48): Whoops I was trying to use the microphone on my cellphone to respond and I neglected to proof the reply. That would be an Andean Flicker
plimrn (2019/08/19 16:55:32): Well the northern flicker does migrate it's not the distance has achieved by a monarch butterfly I did find an Indian flicker image which is possibly related to the ones that you see