1. Gronk08

    Gronk08

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    While heading out for the day I was lucky enough to come across a large group of Partridge which held a few Grey Partridge in with the Red Legged.
    After a bit of scramble to get into the boot without getting out of the car and disturbing the birds I managed to get a few shots before they wandered out of sight behind the hedge.

    [​IMG]IMG_6856 by Timothy Rowley, on Flickr

    Tim.
     
  2. bumper

    bumper

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    Great pic.

    I often walk through Checkley. Not seen a grey there for a while now, mostly red legs and pheasants. It's good area for birding, where were they, on the bend by the farm?
     
  3. Kodiak Qc

    Kodiak Qc

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    The frost pops up the bird's colours very well! :)

    I see, Tim, on the linked enlargement, that there is a front focus
    issue here.

    I read in your profile that you are a Canon user and I don't know
    much about those but find out if an AF Fine Tune is possible on
    your bodies. :cool:
     
  4. Gronk08

    Gronk08

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    There were a couple of Greys in with a large group of Red Legs around the entrance to the EWH Moore Partnership.

    Tim
     
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  5. bumper

    bumper

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    Cheers Tim, I'll have a look next week. There were a few red legs on mill lane last week by the pheasant farm.
     

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