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N 4 B 705 C 11 E Apr 7, 2013 F Apr 21, 2013
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Hermitage Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada
5D2 | 300/2.8L + 2x | 1/2500 sec., f/8, ISO 640

The Swan was flushed out by a dog. It circled the pond couple times, before headed down the river. Surprisingly, the swan came back the same spot 10-15 minutes later as I was leaving the pond. Enjoy!

Tags:   BIF Flight Flying Tundra Swan Cygnus columbianus Waterfowls Birds Wildlife Nature Spring Avian Photography Photographer Hermitage Park Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 1 B 305 C 17 E Oct 31, 2010 F Nov 14, 2010
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Black Nugget Lake Campground, AB, Canada
October 31, 2010

Tags:   Tundra Swans Flight BIF Birds Wildlife Nature Autumn Fall Migration Black Nuggest Lake Beaver County Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 6 B 623 C 15 E Apr 21, 2012 F May 2, 2012
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Beaver County, AB, Canada

Tags:   BIF Flight Flying Tundra Swan Cygnus columbianus Birds Wildlife Nature Waterfowls Spring Photography Avian Beaver County Tofield Photographer Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 1 B 202 C 1 E Oct 10, 2011 F Oct 19, 2011
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Murray Marsh, Sturgeon County, AB, Canada

Tags:   BIF Flying Flight Tundra Swans Cygnus columbianus Waterfowls Birds Wildlife Nature Fall Autumn Avian Photography Photographer Murray Marsh Sturgeon County St. Albert Edmonton Alberta Canada

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Steveston Harbour, Richmond, BC, Canada

As mentioned in my previous posting, I didn't look for or photograph too many birds. The Mute Swan was definitely my lifer bird and I was amazed that I could attract it to come closer by sticking my hand out. Obviously, it's very habituated to humans just like our Canada Geese in our local parks. Here are the remaining bird photos during my time at the Vancouver and area.

On another note, shooting birds with a full frame body (i.e., 5D2) was amazing. The files were so clean compare to the 7D such that I didn't really miss the 1.6x crop factor. Even if I had to crop the shot really tight, I had so much clean pixels that I didn't really notice any noise/artifacts in my resulting tightly cropped photos. I hope to do more bird photography on FF.

Tags:   Redfield Fractalius Closeup Mute Swan Cygnus olor Waterfowls Birds Wildlife Steveston Harbour Fisherman's Wharf Richmond Vancouver British Columbia Canada


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