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Share your wildlife photography!

lindam
Administrator
Administrator

Have you snapped an incredible photo of wildlife? Post a favorite photo you've taken and share the story behind the image. Be sure to include the Canon gear you used!

 

About this photo: 

Camera: Canon PowerShot G3 X

Exposure Time: 1/125

ISO: 400

F-stop: 6.3                          

 

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Tronhard
Elite
Elite

Well, in New Zealand, native wildlife means birds and a couple of small bats. So, while I prefer to photograph macro mammals, I guess I should share a few images of the locals...
Like many species, the Takahe is a threatened species with only about 500 individuals left.  To learn about this check out this link: Takahē: NZ native land birds (doc.govt.nz)

I am a volunteer at the island of Tiritiri Matangi where these birds are reared in protected conditions and, when ready, are shipped down to their natural habitat in NZ's South Island.  Tiritiri is a pioneering open scientific sanctuary that allows visitors under controlled conditions and is heavily supported by a volunteer group: Our Supporters/Our Vision – Tiritiri Matangi.

Here are a couple of shots: taken with the EOS R6 and the RF 200-800.
288mm, f/7.1, 1/200sec, ISO-1600288mm, f/7.1, 1/200sec, ISO-1600  167mm, f/8, 1/250sec, ISO-3200167mm, f/8, 1/250sec, ISO-3200268mm, f/7.1, 1/80sec, ISO-1600268mm, f/7.1, 1/80sec, ISO-1600    277mm, f/13, 1/20sec, ISO-1600277mm, f/13, 1/20sec, ISO-1600


cheers, TREVOR

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