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

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  1. Chukar in Haleakala National Park, Maui.  James Brennan Molokai Hawaii

    Chukar in Haleakala National Park, Maui. James Brennan Molokai Hawaii

    This fellow was spotted in Haleakala National Park on Maui at about 8000 feet elevation. Chukars are part of the pheasant family, which are plentiful on Maui, but Chukars are not seen that often. He seemed quite willing to pose for the camera.
  2. Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

  3. Carolina Wren

    Carolina Wren

    ISO 800
  4. Blue jay

    Blue jay

    rented the lens to try out before a trip to Ecuador. Heavy but sharp. This is a JPEG just resized. ISO 800 @f/5.6.
  5. Ovenbird

    Ovenbird

  6. Yellow-rumped Warbler

    Yellow-rumped Warbler

  7. Pine Warbler

    Pine Warbler

  8. Red Fox

    Red Fox

  9. Eastern Blue-bird

    Eastern Blue-bird

    ISO 1600, RAW converted using sony software
  10. Black-billed Magpie

    Black-billed Magpie

  11. Eastern Blue-bird

    Eastern Blue-bird

  12. Eastern Wood Pewee

    Eastern Wood Pewee

  13. Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

    ISO 400, f/5, 1/100, 2 sec mirror lock, remote, manual focus. RAW, processed in LR4
  14. Carolina Chickadee

    Carolina Chickadee

  15. Tufted titmouse

    Tufted titmouse

  16. Mourning Dove

    Mourning Dove

  17. Purple Gallinule

    Purple Gallinule

    I have not uploaded in long time, here's a recent one.
  18. Brown Thrasher

    Brown Thrasher

  19. Roadrunner

    Roadrunner

    This roadrunner is one of a mated pair that lives on my acre. Last year, it decided to follow me as I gardened because I would throw the grub worms out. Now, it will come quite close if it sees things it wants to eat. I'm able to talk to it as it goes about it's roadrunner business.
  20. Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

  21. Can you help identify this bird?

    Can you help identify this bird?

    We were curious as to the type of "Hawk"? that stays in our tree.
  22. Can you identify this bird?

    Can you identify this bird?

    This bird has been in our tree each morning and I was wondering if anyone knew specifically what it was? I thought a hawk of some kind.
  23. Snow Capped Grand Tetons

    Snow Capped Grand Tetons

    What a fantastic wilderness it is in this National Park next to Yellowstone. It was a fab holiday!
  24. Western Wood-Peewee

    Western Wood-Peewee

    Got this beautiful little bird in the spectacular scenery of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River in Colorado last May.
  25. Robin

    Robin

    trying new camera before a trip.
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