In 2012 (August 16th) I pictured a bird - a ring-necked parakeet - in the holly tree in the backyard. The bird disappeared from the habitat of our backyard until some days ago. We heard its characteristic sound, this time it hid in the walnut tree.
It was impossible to spot the bird between the dense leafy branches of the walnut tree. So take a picture from ground did not seem feasible. On the first floor then. Carefully opened the window and ... the bird flew away.
The wait begins. After half an hour the bird's back. Then it appears on the first floor the position also to be low. On to the second floor then. In a glance I saw the bird had chosen another tree. sat on a branch and no leaves to hide. Carefully opened the window, put my lens through it, focused ... the bird screeched, turned around and flew away ... The rest of the day it appeared no more ...
The only picture I made was the bird jumping from the branch. And in the extra photos section a copy of the birds cousin in the past, but more successful photographed than I could do today ... And no, no opportunity for other pictures ...
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- Nikon D500