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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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Kingbird Watching
Kingbird Watching
Least ?? Flycatcher
Least ?? Flycatcher
Wilson's Snipe.jpg
Wilson's Snipe.jpg
Great Crested Flycatcher
Great Crested Flycatcher
Young Great Great Owl Ontario Winter 2005
Young Great Great Owl Ontario Winter 2005
Upland Sandpiper in Fine Mist - Ontario
Upland Sandpiper in Fine Mist - Ontario
This Dunlin is a late visitor to Lake Ontario
This Dunlin is a late visitor to Lake Ontario
bluebird.jpg
bluebird.jpg
Nest Building Chipping Sp.
Nest Building Chipping Sp.
Magnolia Warbler
Magnolia Warbler
Thrush
Thrush
green-heron.jpg
green-heron.jpg
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