The Marvel of Migration

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We have a godwit who visits us in Whanganui each summer, or at least has done for the last 10 years, as I have previously reported in my posts. I checked out the Whanganui River estuary yesterday and the 10 … Continued

An Unexpected Encounter

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The Royal Spoonbill is a very photogenic bird, a photographer’s dream subject. Over the years I have photographed many of them but almost always on the ground, usually at some estuary. Recently I came across some in a tree and … Continued

Chasing a MEGA rarity

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When word was out that a MEGA rarity, in the birding world, had shown up at Napier I was making plans to get there as quick as possible. Only the forth record of this species in New Zealand, a Wilson’s Phalarope … Continued

Camera / scope photo comparison

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I had the opportunity at the weekend to try photographing birds that were half a kilometre away, with my Canon 1DX, 500mm lens and 1.4 converter, and using my Samsung Note 4 with my Swarovski scope at 60 x magnification. … Continued

Photographing white birds

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Winter is not a great time for bird photographers in New Zealand but this season does offer some opportunities that are unique. At river estuaries you find a different range of birds from what is seen in summer. It is … Continued

Advertising – Wheel Cover

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With a new vehicle I decided I may as well use the wheel cover for some advertising – and it works. You take it everywhere you go. Several people have asked about our books as a result of seeing it … Continued

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