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December 23, 2012
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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
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E-410
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1/160 second
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F/5.6
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300 mm
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Dec 20, 2012, 10:57:09 AM
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Unknown Winter Bird by AquarianPhotography Unknown Winter Bird by AquarianPhotography
Not sure what kind of bird this is, can't find it in my guide! If anyone knows I would love to know!
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artamusica Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful shot of a Junco!
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AquarianPhotography Jan 2, 2013  Professional Photographer
thank you :)
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artamusica Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
You're very welcome!
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Kyle197 Dec 23, 2012  Student Photographer
It's a Dark-Eyed Junco. Dark-Eyed Juncos are split into many subspecies. This one appears to be a Slate-Colored type, although the large amounts of rufous coloring makes me think otherwise. At first glance it appears to be a Oregon Junco type, but the head coloring is wrong. I'm not exactly sure if it's a slate-colored type, but it's definitely a Dark-Eyed Junco!
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AquarianPhotography Dec 23, 2012  Professional Photographer
So informative! haha thanks, spose I shoulda mentioned this was sighted in eastern Nebraska.
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Kyle197 Dec 23, 2012  Student Photographer
Upon reviewing my Sibley guide when I got home, I'm almost positive it's of the slate-colored type, a female one.
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AquarianPhotography Dec 23, 2012  Professional Photographer
Yeah the Junco I had in my in my nebraska birds guide was no where near this color. Similar beak and wing shapes, but colors were more silvery and much less brown.
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