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    Its A male Anna's This guy only shows up in early morning never see him any other time!




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    fantastic color sharpness et all... stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caurt View Post
    fantastic color sharpness et all... stunning.
    Thank you Carlos!
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    Wow, that's a beauty (both the bird & the shot)!
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    Wow, thats is a beauty... we only get ruby throats and the males are always around guarding the feeders.. they will be gone in a week or so from now
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    Thanks guys...

    Jim, i put away the feeders at the end of September, even tho they stay year round. I think its funny seeing them in January when there is less plants and trees booming.
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    VERY NICELY done! I always loved shooting them in my backyard because of their iridescent colors. Sometimes they could come out dull when not at just the right angle.

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