Darlene, unless you are very lucky you are not going to get a "trophy" shot as you call it but simple turning up, staying in the car and firing away with a 70-300 zoom. Great wildlife photography requires a lot of patience and field craft. If you want the shot you gotta put in the hours. The really good guys shoot with big, expensive telephoto primes + TCsAnd birds of prey are not going to eat you...
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