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We have a family of five crows that live in the area. We will often give them goodies. Sometimes they hide in the trees around the property. I thought I had seen one fly into my yard, but when I stepped outside with a treat, I couldn't spot him. I stood there a while, then just as I was about to go back inside, I heard "ROAK!" from a nearby Ash tree. He was letting me know he was there. Then he waited patiently as I took a few snaps of him. They know the routine! lol Hope he enjoyed his treat. (A few cubed up pieces of liver and some peanuts.)
Habitat
My Front Yard
Location
N,S, Canada
Scientific name
Corvus brachyrhynchos
Equipment used
Nikon B700
Beautifully focused and detailed, Bill, and a lovely narrative.
 
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Fabulous 🤩 composition and shot ... awesome 👍😎 work Bill ... TFS
 
excellent portrait with the blurred foreground, Bill, a real beauty, and a great story, many tfs!!
 

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Category
North America
Added by
wonderview
Date added
View count
87
Comment count
11

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Device
NIKON COOLPIX B700
Aperture
ƒ/5.6
Focal length
107.5 mm
Exposure time
1/160 second(s)
ISO
400
Flash
Off, did not fire
Filename
zFSCN5900.JPG
File size
2.1 MB
Date taken
Sun, 25 September 2022 4:49 PM
Dimensions
1704px x 2272px

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