Post by Bobby Kintanar on Feb 1, 2017 10:49:16 GMT
Used to be that when I went to Jugan, I'd see tons of birds, waders mostly. These days, the birds are far fewer in number and the species are lesser - even Collared Kingfishers are a rarity now. Thrice I went there and didn't even see the Brahminy Kite! This observation leads me to ask: What's going on? Climate change, Fukushima, Planet X, what?
Still, I got some shots I'd like to share ...
Triplet Reflections: Wood Sandpipers (Tringa glareola) EOS 7D2; Sigma 150-600 Sports; ƒ/8.0, 600.0 mm, 1/1250, ISO 400; Gimbal and Tripod.