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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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  1. Yellow Crowned Night Heron

    Yellow Crowned Night Heron

    Waited for well over an hour for something to come along. He first appeared right at sunrise, landing in a tree less than twenty feet away directly in front of me. He spotted me in a matter of seconds and bolted. Was I ever surprised when he returned some time later.
  2. Brown Thrasher

    Brown Thrasher

    Used the Brown Thrasher calls within the eBird app to get his attention. After giving me the one-eyed glare for a few seconds, he dive bombed my cellphone several times which was positioned on a stump about ten feen in front of me. A bit territorial perhaps?
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    Comment by 'Lil-Jens Studio' in media 'Long-tailed tit'

    His expression seems to be asking to be photographed.
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    Comment by 'Lil-Jens Studio' in media 'Anhinga Sunning'

    Really nice 'rising phoenix' pose.
  5. Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

    Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

    Spent nearly two years in chasing our official state bird. Had plenty of shots on wires, power poles and fences but none without made-made objects. I was out flying my drone when this bird landed nearby. Dropped my drone controller and snatched up my camera. Got three decent shots before he...
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    Comment by 'Lil-Jens Studio' in media 'Cammo Cardinal'

    "Stump" was an old piece of driftwood root placed under the apple tree adjacent to several feeders. Have used it for several other poses as well.
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    Comment by 'Lil-Jens Studio' in media 'Snowy Egret'

    The droplet was a Bob Ross "happy accident" to be sure. I did not even see it until a few days later when in post production editing.
  8. Cammo Cardinal

    Cammo Cardinal

    "Cammo" may not be the most accurate description. Not an expert by any means but I might call him a melanistic cardinal for lack of a better term. I felt a bit sorry for him because the other cardinals seemed to be afraid of him. I can only attribute that to his freakish color patterns.
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    Comment by 'Lil-Jens Studio' in media 'Snowy Egret'

    It was crazy that morning. So many birds with some of them so close I had to remove the teleconverter just to get them in the frame.
  10. Snowy Egret

    Snowy Egret

    He took a stab at breakfast but the bubble dripping from his beak was his only reward.
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