The northern bald ibis, hermit ibis, or waldrapp (Geronticus eremita)
very nice - I had to look this bird up. Apparently not many left in the world.
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The battery grip also works with the 70D according to the canon site. Nice deal.
Is this right? Seems unlikely to me - the 70D has its own dedicated battery grip, and the 70D is about 1cm narrower than a 7D. Please could you provide a link to the Canon site you mention - thanks.
Definitely a good deal, though, even if just for 7D users.
.looks like spiderman
I've got a whole gallery devoted to this. Here's one:
A heavily cropped picture of an egret... They are very shy and one has to stay hidden and still for a long time for them to wander even this close.... Shot with a 60D and Tamron 150-600 at 600mm and F9.0.I feel your pain - stalking these birds is a pain. Very shy and they see you coming a LONG way off. The trick is to live in or visit areas where they are common, then you just run into them on occasion. I got some of my best shots pulled off the the road near a marsh.
The neck is very snake-like when they are walking towards you...
Lonely Diver by juzzlin, on FlickrGreat bird !
I met him at a small forest lake in Finland. Canon 70D + EF 300 mm f/4L IS USM + EF 1.4x II.
Willow Ptarmigan near the Haines Road in northern British Columbia
See, there are advantages to living in the "Great White North ".
Great Shot, wish they would come south.
Just returned from the worst boat trip ever to see puffins from Peggy's Cove.