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Jamaican Vireo, Jamaica, Hardwar Gap, Blue Mountains, March 2009

Jamaican Endemic

Paul Jones

Amateur photographer

Bird Photographer, some Mammals, some Landscapes I have been a bird watcher for many years but have recently began to devote more time to photography. By chance I use Canon gear and am still trying to learn my way around the cameras and lenses. Most of my early pix were taken with a 30D and 300f4. Now I am using a 7D and a 1DM4 with a variety of telephoto lens from the 300f2.8 to the 800f5.6. I find most photography websites intimidating so I am just gradually learning on my own or picking up tips from other photographers - slow and steady. In addition to static portrait shots I like good images of moving birds in cluttered habitat, but I find they are a real challenge to secure.
© Paul Jones Canada
Jamaican Becard, Jamaica, Cinchona Botanical Gardens, March 2009

Immature Male Trip Report

Paul Jones

Amateur photographer

Bird Photographer, some Mammals, some Landscapes I have been a bird watcher for many years but have recently began to devote more time to photography. By chance I use Canon gear and am still trying to learn my way around the cameras and lenses. Most of my early pix were taken with a 30D and 300f4. Now I am using a 7D and a 1DM4 with a variety of telephoto lens from the 300f2.8 to the 800f5.6. I find most photography websites intimidating so I am just gradually learning on my own or picking up tips from other photographers - slow and steady. In addition to static portrait shots I like good images of moving birds in cluttered habitat, but I find they are a real challenge to secure.
© Paul Jones Canada
Bahama Mockingbird, Jamaica, Hellshire Hills, March 2009

Caribbean Endemic

Paul Jones

Amateur photographer

Bird Photographer, some Mammals, some Landscapes I have been a bird watcher for many years but have recently began to devote more time to photography. By chance I use Canon gear and am still trying to learn my way around the cameras and lenses. Most of my early pix were taken with a 30D and 300f4. Now I am using a 7D and a 1DM4 with a variety of telephoto lens from the 300f2.8 to the 800f5.6. I find most photography websites intimidating so I am just gradually learning on my own or picking up tips from other photographers - slow and steady. In addition to static portrait shots I like good images of moving birds in cluttered habitat, but I find they are a real challenge to secure.
© Paul Jones Canada
Collared Forrest Falcon-Juv, Brazil, Inltervales (Atlantic) Forest, 2-2-09

apparently a rarely seen/photograffed plumage

Wes Serafin

Amateur photographer

© Wes Serafin
Horned Guan, Guatemala, San Pedro Volcano, February 25, 2009

Aimophila Adventures

Rick Wright, www.birdaz.com

Amateur photographer

© Rick Wright, www.birdaz.com
Reddish Egret (White morph), Florioda, Sanibel Island, 12 feb 2009

I have only seen one white morph.

Paul Cools

Amateur photographer

© Paul Cools
Reddish egret, Florida, Sanibel Island, 12 feb 2009

Paul Cools

Amateur photographer

© Paul Cools
Western sandpiper, Florida, Sanibel Island, 12 feb 2009

Paul Cools

Amateur photographer

© Paul Cools
Black skimmer, Florida, Bunche beach, Fort meyers, 14 feb 2009

More then a 100 birds.

Paul Cools

Amateur photographer

© Paul Cools
Marbled godwitt, Florida, Bunche beach, Fort meyers, 14 feb 2009

About 7 birds.

Paul Cools

Amateur photographer

© Paul Cools
Long-billed Curlew, Florida, Bunche Beach, Fort Meyers, 13 feb 2009

I have only seen one, Amazing bird more pics on my website!

Paul Cools

Amateur photographer

© Paul Cools
Cuban Tody, Cuba, Rancho la Belen, Camaguey Pr., April 2008

Trip Report

Paul Jones

Amateur photographer

Bird Photographer, some Mammals, some Landscapes I have been a bird watcher for many years but have recently began to devote more time to photography. By chance I use Canon gear and am still trying to learn my way around the cameras and lenses. Most of my early pix were taken with a 30D and 300f4. Now I am using a 7D and a 1DM4 with a variety of telephoto lens from the 300f2.8 to the 800f5.6. I find most photography websites intimidating so I am just gradually learning on my own or picking up tips from other photographers - slow and steady. In addition to static portrait shots I like good images of moving birds in cluttered habitat, but I find they are a real challenge to secure.
© Paul Jones Canada
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