Had a first in my garden today, all at the same time.
5 ringed neck parakeets, 2 robins, a mixture of blue and great tits, a jay, numerous magpies, pigeons and seagulls.
I had not put any food down.
never had the parakeets in the garden before
I didn't really explain myself very well.
I use a Canon 100-400 for most of my action work, but feel that a 70-200 will be more versatile, if in a hide, diving kingfishers or for relatively close work. I am in the process of selling my Canon 300 f4
Hopefully someone can help me sort this out in my mind.
I have been looking at the Canon 70-200 f2.8 lens.
My problem is, do I need IS or not.
I do mainly bird photography, but also other wildlife. I do photograph, birds in flight if possible, as well as static on a tripod in a hide.
Only a week to go before 16 nights in Orlando. Will visit Gatorland, early morning, all 8 mornings it is available to me.. Love the place. Wild Florida, Joe Overstreet Road and possibly a few other locations as well.
Hopefully the resident pair of bald eagles are still at the back of the...
The park and its surrounds produce lots of birds without going far.
If you get an early morning Thurs - Sun, a visit to Gatorland is well worth the $20. It opens at the far end away from the Gators head at 7.30 and you will be amazed by the amount of birds that are within 3 feet, along with...