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N 33 B 2.9K C 30 E Jun 16, 2013 F Aug 4, 2013
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William Hawrelak Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada
7D and 300/2.8L + 2x on a splayed tripod acting as a ground pod.
1/500 sec., f/7.1, ISO 1000

Final set of the Ring-necked Pheasant. This year, I was fortunate enough to capture the RNEP drumming, and in almost every angle. Enjoy!

Tags:   Drumming Crowing Courtship Display Ring-necked Pheasant Common Pheasant Phasianus colchicus Gamebirds Game Birds Wildlife Nature Spring Avian Photography Photographer William Hawrelak Park Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 22 B 2.8K C 27 E Jun 17, 2014 F Jul 14, 2014
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William Hawrelak Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
7D | 300/2.8L + 2x | 1/400 sec., f/7.1, ISO 1000; on a lowered and splayed tripod.

Tags:   Ring-necked Pheasant Common Pheasant Phasianus colchicus Gamebirds Birds Wildlife Nature Avian Photography Photographer Canon EOS 7D Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM William Hawrelak Park Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 0 B 511 C 0 E Jun 16, 2013 F Jul 14, 2013
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William Hawrelak Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Tags:   Ring-necked Pheasant Common Pheasant Phasianus colchicus Fowl Gamebirds Gamefowl Birds Wildlife Nature Spring Avian Photography Photographer William Hawrlek Park River Valley Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 22 B 1.7K C 25 E Mar 31, 2013 F Apr 15, 2013
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Lamont County, AB, Canada
5D2 | 300/2.8L + 2x | 1/1000 sec., f/8, ISO 400

Tags:   Ring-necked Pheasant Common Pheasant Phasianus colchicus Fowl Gamebirds Gamefowl Birds Wildlife Nature Spring Avian Photography Photographer Beaverhill Lake Lamont County Edmonton Alberta Canada

N 8 B 1.6K C 27 E Feb 10, 2011 F Feb 10, 2011
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Edmonton Research Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada
February 10, 2011

Took these photos after lunch at work. Last year, around this time, I saw two Gray Partridges (see my previous photos of the Upland Gamebird album). A month ago, I saw 6 of these partridges. I guess four of them are the offspring? Recently, as in within the last two days, there were only 5. Today, I only saw 4. Some of my colleagues also witnessed them feeding very close to our building.

Tags:   Gray Partridge English Partridge Hungarian Partridge Hun Perdix perdix Gamebirds Birds Wildlife Nature Spring Avian Photography Photographer Edmonton Research Park Edmonton Alberta Canada


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