Chirps

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Chirps.
 
This is by no means a ground breaking image. Not the place I would have hoped the Male Eastern Bluebird would land for a portrait, but perfect in it’s own sense. Why, you ask? If you look in his mouth you will see a very tiny spider. Mom had a tiny spider just before this. They made a couple of quick trips to the nestbox and back out to hunt. What does that mean? We have newly hatched Eastern Bluebirds in the yard! This is very early for the first brood and it may mean we get 3 broods this year. We just have to do our part and keep mealworms out there and make sure the nestbox stays safe.
 
Tamron SP 150-600mm Di VC USD lens on a Sony a6300 via Metabones 4 adapter, Manual Mode, f8, ISO 3200, resulting in a shutter speed of 1/500th of a second, Sirui P424S carbon fiber monopod and L10 head, Peak Design strap, Lowepro photo backpack, processed in Lightroom CC. #withmytamron
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2 Responses to “Chirps”

  1. Adriana Says:

    Take out!

  2. lilybug1960 Says:

    LOL!

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