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Recent content by Holter38

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    Binocular bargains

    A buddy of mine interested in that deal. I'm coming over tomorrow to help him install the brake pads and hankook tires on his truck. He recently got into photography so it is essential to have nice equipment.
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    Hello from Orlando, Florida

    Welcome to the forums, Brandon! Lots of helpful folks around here.
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    Ecuador and the Galapagos, Jan 2020

    Sounds you had great encounters there! Can't wait to see the full trip report.
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    Birding the Gulf Coast of Florida in July, 2020

    That's a good read! Nice report! Our month-long visit to the relatives in FL been compromised by the pandemic but hoping to get it done next year. Spent most of the time building the Wrangler during the lockdown, good thing the parts from buyauto and 4Wheelonline arrived on time. If all goes...
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    Playing with Robins

    Welcome! That's so cool to have a very friendly feathered visitor!
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    Mother robin sitting on her dead babies

    Great news! Mommy bird must have a caring magic.
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    Mother robin sitting on her dead babies

    Welcome! That was really a sad incident but is it part of the nature and animal instinct. Pretty sure the parent robins could move on.
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    Welcome to the community, Stacy! Enjoy the community
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    Birding Pocket Field Guide

    I've seen a few apps and seems this is a better one. Got to finish installing the new brake kit and fuel off-road rims on the truck to get ready for the weekend trip. I'll install an app to my son's phone so he could grow more interests in birds while we try to capture some together.
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    Hawk camping my feeders

    As others mentioned, it is their natural instinct as prey and predator. It is just so happen their prey are attracted to your feeder. Bet the hawks will be persistent until they catch some.
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    Does red light really help with night photography?

    That explains it further.
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    Lumix GX9 for birds

    Good theories on setup and shots. Nice captures.
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    Image stabilisation - actually relevant to bird photography?

    VR seems very helpful and would improve the shots especially for beginners.
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    Share video from canon 80D

    Using an SD card or memory is one of the easiest ways to do it. Check out Vimeo and Dailymotion
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    Digital Bird Art

    Those are amazing artworks! Nice