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    While over my sons home i was able to take some shots in the back yard of this Brown Thrasher today with my E-30 and 50-200 plus 1.4 ext.
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    Nice Angelo, those are one tough bird to capture, at least up here they never come out of the thick stuff
    OMD EM-1, m12-50MM, OLY 12-60MM, OLY 50MM macro, EC-14, Nikon D7200 and D7100, Nikon 300MM F4 PF Nikon 1.4X II Nikon 80-400MM AF-S- G, Sigma 150-600MM C, Sigma 17-50MM
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    Thank you Jim
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/avg1940/
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    Angelo -

    Well done!

    We've got plenty of thrashers here in north-central Florida. Seems the thrashers and their closely related mockingbirds are the most common birds of their type around here.
    -leon

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    You are right, they are comming from all directions. You point your camera left and then theirs one on the right....................:-)
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