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    Burrowing Owlet - Cape Coral Florida USA

    Call me when you get this message. Jon 239-300-5343
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    When the Eagle and Red-shouldered Hawk actually have conversation!

    The Red-shouldered Hawk was perched in the tree and the Female Bald Eagle decide to investigate. Photographed in SW Florida USA Camera: Sony a7Riv with the FE GM 600mm
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    Red-shouldered Hawk - SW Florida USA

    This female Red-shouldered Hawk would come in and perch in this tree almost everyday. The perch was approx 300 yards from an active Bald Eagle nest that I was photographing. Camera: Sony a7Riv with the FE GM 600mm
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    Wood Stork - Once considered Endangered in the USA

    Wood Stork - They have made an incredible comeback and now can be seen almost anywhere. Photographed in SW Florida USA Camera: Sony a7Riv with the FE GM 600mm
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    Pair of Mottled Ducks Incoming!

    Mottled Ducks look very much like a Mallard. Photographed in SW Florida USA Camera: Sony a7Riv with the FE GM 600mm
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    Burrowing Owlet - Cape Coral Florida USA

    Burrowing Owlet - Cape Coral FL is known for it's population of these little owls. Camera: Sony a1 with the FE G 100-200mm and the 1.4x Extender
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    Longtime Photog from SW Florida that's New to the Group!

    Found this group on the internet and thought I'd join. My name is Jon and I live in SW Florida. I've been carrying a camera around since 1978. I left Canon about two years ago and started shooting Sony and FujiFilm. I did keep my Pentax 645z. I dabble with Full Frame and Medium...
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