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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Upside-down Living
Much to my delight a Eurasian Treecreeper has become a fairly regular visitor to the Mause feeders. For so many years I'd been unable to get even a half-decent picture of one. Now I seem to be doing a little better with this P900.

They must have a strong grip to defy gravity in this way LOL

Saturday Fun
Habitat
Narrow strip of trees between road and grazing land
Location
Mause, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland
Date taken
21 November, 2019
Scientific name
Certhia familiaris
Equipment used
Nikon Coolpix P900
Shutter speed, aperture & ISO
Birdwatching mode
Supporter
Life in the upside down lane! Terrific behavioral picture of this cutie on the limb's undersurface. Lovely colors, setting, background, and subject! Top-notch D!
 
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Excellent, must be so satisfying! Well done Delia!
Yes, indeed Peter. I didn't have a scooby when digiscoping, even though I saw them fairly often. Which was why I started down the road of bridge cameras. Then, would you believe, I just didn't see any!! So frustrating. When I got the Nikon, I seemed to see the similar species in Australia and got pictures of them.

Now I get them fairly regularly at the feeding station. I just love them. They really are my favourite woodland bird.
 

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Category
Britain & Europe
Added by
delia todd
Date added
View count
246
Comment count
10

Image metadata

Device
NIKON COOLPIX P900
Aperture
ƒ/6.3
Focal length
250.0 mm
Exposure time
1/50 second(s)
ISO
800
Flash
Off, did not fire
Filename
BF Eurasian Treecreeper 21 November 2019 Satirdau Fun.jpg
File size
451.7 KB
Date taken
Tue, 21 November 2023 3:12 PM
Dimensions
1500px x 1162px

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