The day in the hide for the Bonelli’s Eagle was by far the best day of the trip. Just for that it was worth it to go to Extremadura. Here I also managed a panorama picture from three portrait shots. The two never sat together, always at a certain distance. It was often too close […]
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A morning in the Kingfisher hide. In the beginning the birds stayed far away in the back (and dark) part of the area. Later, actually shortly before the time was up, also closer to the hide. At the end the female organized a real show as well… I also managed to catch the fast bird […]
Among vultures… At least that was the plan for one day. Unfortunately no one had told the vultures. The weather was however also very bad and so they let themselves be seen after over seven hours waiting time for approx. 2 minutes. In the meantime a robin and a small group of Egyptian mongoose passed […]
From 7th to 13th November we did a trip to Spain’s Extremadura. Mainly it was about bird photography. Partly from hides, but also on excursions. In retrospect one can say that the season is not suitable for it. Rather the spring or the early autumn should be considered here. Nevertheless, some species were to be […]
Short tour in the Duhner Heide and some pictures from there. The pictures were taken with the Nikon D500 and the AF-S 500 PF.
I had a little observer in the morning while taking some photos in Cappel-Neufeld. They are nice to look at, but you would rather not have them in your house or car…
In the morning the weather and light was just as good. I could test the Nikkor 500f/5.6 a bit more extensively at the Kugelbake. On the way back, a more rarely seen species sat on one of the fences. I am almost sure that this is a tree pipit. So far I am more than […]
A hedgehog visited our garden several times in the past and looked for the food left over by the birds on the lawn. Today – finally – in better light conditions.
This morning I went back to Cappel-Neufeld. During the evening shots this week I had seen several Common Redshanks near the jetty. I wanted to have a closer look at that.