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Where are the owls in Lakeville?  Are 750mm or 400mm lenses long enough to "get close"?

Chuck
    in Apple Valley
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  From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of jeff fischer
  Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 9:23 PM
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  Subject: [mnbird] Varied Thrush


  Today the varied thrush was at the location that it has been spotted, in Roseville, between 2:15pm and 3:30 pm. It was in the
trees when I arrived but flew shortly after when a car went by. It return around 3:00 and even though the light was not good I was
able to get some pics.

  Yesterday both great horned owls were out in Lakeville. With a little patience I was able to get close enough to the male for full
frame shots.

  Earlier in the day yesterday  I photographed gold finch, house finch, purple finch, pine siskin, common redpoll and other birds at
the feeders down at Whitewater State Park and a rough leg hawk in flight at Black Dog Lake.


  Thanks,
  Jeff Fischer
  http://ecobirder.blogspot.com/


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