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I began taking Bird Photos a year ago with a new Nikon D70 in 2004. My bird photos are taken of wild birds. I try my best to follow ethical guidelines for bird photography. I don't bait or deliberately flush a bird to get a shot (not counting yard feeders). I don't pursue birds flushing them over and over. I don't overwork a particular bird. I take a few shots (less than a dozen usually) and move on. If a bird is attracting too many human observers, I take a couple of shots and move on. No nest shots, no shots of birds protecting nests. If there is significant doctoring of a photo, it will be described on the photo. Why the fuss? Read this - http://www.birdprotectionquebec.org/articles.htm - well this link no longer works. But the article discussed owls being killed by being hounded by bird photographers. Not very nice. LG
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Spotted Sandpiper
Spotted Sandpiper
Great Crested Flycatcher   DSC_9085.jpg
Great Crested Flycatcher DSC_9085.jpg
piping plover.tiff
piping plover.tiff
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DSC_8795.jpg
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DSC_8652.jpg
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DSC_8773.jpg
Northern Gannet    DSC_8726.jpg
Northern Gannet DSC_8726.jpg
Snowy Owl
Snowy Owl
Ruffed Grouse
Ruffed Grouse
Ruffed Grouse
Ruffed Grouse
The Disagreement
The Disagreement
Barred Owl
Barred Owl
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