Friday, December 11, 2009


One of the reasons I like visiting Florida is that there are many species of birds there, one of which is the loggerhead shrike. In 2007, I photographed a nest with four young birds that looked like they were about ready to leave. (They flew away the day after I made these photos.) They allowed me to get very close physically and with my 70-300 mm lens I captured several close-up images.

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