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Looks like you're making wholesale changes to your arsenal of lenses which I saw somewhere else.
Well, the 600 was only ever a short-term buy for this trip. I do that every year for my spring trip. Cheaper than renting.
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Hey Rik, how do you like your new Tamron lens? I don't see any 2015 pics posted on your website.
That's because I am still in Yellowstone. Today is my last day.
I like it a lot, though I am still considering getting the new 100-400 Canon.
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Statistics: Posted by atw527 — Sun May 17, 2015 6:59 pm
This one is a Tree Swallow. They are commonly seen flying over Flat Creek near the Visitor's Center here in JH.
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So it seems that they are snatching insects out of the air or off the surface of the water. They are buzzing around CONSTANTLY, seemingly never landing on anything. That makes it fun/difficult to get a good picture of one.
I'm guessing the blue ones were the males, and the brown ones the females. Bluebirds maybe?
On a similar topic, what is your go-to resource for looking up sightings to identify types of birds, etc?
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