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      Whatbird Forums Rules   01/08/17

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Quite the Snowy owl invasion goin on right now here in jersey,where I was I saw 6 different birds,another place had eight,2013/2014 all over again





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This is one of the birds tagged by Project Snowstorm,they tag snowy owls for conservation efforts,I put this one up to show everyone that the Project would like  pics of spread wings and tail feathers,it helps them sex and age the owls. Just go to the link 
https://www.projectsnowstorm.org/ and hit the help out pull down,there you can add your pics with location and any descriptions that you can,its easy and helps them out,and if your like me,you have plenty of pics of them flying away..LOL..



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7 hours ago, Out.Of.Focus said:

Was this with the new lens?

Yes  and iguanas  on the picture ,you can see  on Flickr - i try test this lens under different lightning conditions(different distances ) 

I need learn new lens to see how she will do on different scenario -for my self -where i can take shot and where i cant

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