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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Bar-crested Antshrike
Male. Surprisingly confiding example of what's normally quite a skulking species. Largely confined to Western Colombia, just extending into Venezuela.
Habitat
Semi-wild/wooded garden in foothills of Eastern Andes
Location
El Retorno de Los Colibries (Tolima/Colombia)
Date taken
6th November 2023
Scientific name
Thamnophilus multistriatus
Equipment used
OMDS/OM-1 150-400mm f/4.5 TC1.25x IS Pro
Shutter speed, aperture & ISO
see image metadata
Supporter
Really nice looking bird, CB... and from what you say, great to catch one out in the open.
 
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Oh I love it Chris. How handsome he is. I've rather a soft spot for the antbirds and with this one being black and white makes him even more special LOL

A terrific picture that lad - thanks for showing him to us.
 
Oh I love it Chris. How handsome he is. I've rather a soft spot for the antbirds and with this one being black and white makes him even more special LOL

A terrific picture that lad - thanks for showing him to us.
I have to own up that anything starting ANT is high up on my list of top birds!
 
Supporter
Great frontal close-up with a marvelous head turn showing great eye contact. Quality work CB Allen! TFS!
 

Media information

Category
Central & South America & Mexico
Added by
C B Allen
Date added
View count
242
Comment count
8

Image metadata

Device
OM Digital Solutions OM-1
Aperture
ƒ/6.3
Focal length
367.0 mm
Exposure time
1/640 second(s)
ISO
3200
Flash
Off, did not fire
Filename
PB061634_DxO.jpg
File size
6.7 MB
Date taken
Mon, 06 November 2023 4:21 PM
Dimensions
3207px x 2405px

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