CORRALES BOSQUE CRITTERS LAST WEEK dentist Albuquerque
I got a pretty good shot of a Great Blue Heron on the riverbank at about 100 yards, fresh out of the water. He didn’t want to hang around long, but I got a couple of shots of it in the air. My Nikon P900 allows you to get multiple shots with the “bird” setting, rapid fire, so you can follow the bird in the air. However you lose resolution detail over the single shot choice. I go back and forth on the settings.
I spotted a Snowy Egret wading in the water, looking for breakfast. He was about 50 yards off, and took off when I got any closer. I got a shot of him in the air, as well.
I got a fair shot of a Downy Woodpecker in a tree. He is about the second most common woodpecker in the Corrales Bosque, behind the Red-shafted Flicker.
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