11/20/17: Green Cay Birds Close & Far (FE100-400)
This post has mostly birds - the winter action is picking up, fall migration is starting to fade (as the migrating birds that head to the Caribbean and South America have mostly fed and left) but those birds that stay here for the winter are still streaming in. Weather is still hot, so there hasn't yet been a good push for wintering ducks this far south, and nesting season is just about to start so the birds haven't yet started to fill the trees with their nests and mating calls.
The following shots were taken around Green Cay Wetlands with the A6300 and F 100-400mm GM lens over two consecutive weekends, on November 5th and 11th. Some of the latter day shots are with the 1.4x TC, which I've noted in the descriptions as usual.
All shots posted at 1400 pixels on the long end if you click the originals. I've got two BIFs in this set - the next post will be nearly all BIFs:
Comments, questions, and critique welcomed as always!