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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Mon 24-Jun-13 08:48 PM
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"D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"


Jackson, US
          

Hi All,

I photographed this kingfisher the other morning just after dawn from a portable blind. In the first shot, the bird was just within the focus range of the lens--glad that I had the lens set to full. D800, Nikon 600 w/1.7 (grey market tc) tripod.

I've read that Little Green Herons drop small objects into the water to attract fish. This kingfisher was snatching-up sticks and twigs, and dropping them into the water. At first, I thought she might be doing so to attract minnows, etc., but upon reflection I think her objective was to spook prey from their hiding places among the debris in the creek. Who knows?

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Rassie Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2006Mon 24-Jun-13 08:54 PM
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Milton, CA
          

Great pictures, Tom. And an interesting story to boot! This is what I like about wildlife photography - spending time studying animals and learning their behaviors in the process.

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Fri 28-Jun-13 01:50 AM
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Jackson, US
          

Thanks Rassie. I appreciate your comment.
Tom

  

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rb4good Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd May 2006Mon 24-Jun-13 09:00 PM
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Rocky Hill, US
          

Great images, Tom

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Fri 28-Jun-13 01:51 AM
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Jackson, US
          

Hi Rick, thank you.

Tom

  

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Jim Pearce Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2004Tue 25-Jun-13 03:49 AM
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#3. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Grimsby, CA
          

Great shots Tom - I especially like #3 and #4. In all of the dozens of hours I've watched kingfishers from a blind, I haven't observed this behaviour. But neither of the two locations I've used is a stream.

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#12. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Jackson, US
          

Thanks Jim for the comment.

>Great shots Tom - I especially like #3 and #4. In all of the
>dozens of hours I've watched kingfishers from a blind, I
>haven't observed this behaviour. But neither of the two
>locations I've used is a stream.

It was surprising behavior and inspiring to me.

Tom

  

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#4. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Great set of photos Tom , they look real sharp. Love the colour and they really pop with the DOF you used.

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Fri 28-Jun-13 01:56 AM
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Jackson, US
          

Thank you Glen for the nice comment. I'm sure it's pretty cool to live in Austrilia.
Tom

  

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Fri 28-Jun-13 02:03 AM
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#14. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Jackson, US
          

Thank you Dan. I see that you are a charter member. I wish that I had known about Nikonians during the early years.

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Tue 25-Jun-13 05:39 AM by jamesvoortman

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I like them all but prefer the last one because it shows the behaviour you observed. Great pics.

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Fri 28-Jun-13 02:16 AM
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Jackson, US
          

Thanks James. Your nice comment is greatly appreciated. I'll have check into the N1 V2 that you mentioned on your wish list. I would like a small lightweight camera to carry along for documentation and quick action shots.

Tom

  

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Tue 25-Jun-13 04:29 PM by Tallow

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very nice shots. I love the background in #2. I have spent many hours in a blind this year photographings the Kingfishers and have never seen that behavour either

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Great shots and story, Tom!

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Jackson, US
          

Thanks Mark for the comment about the pics, but the fact that you and several of the other responders read and appreciated the story behind them is most gratifying. Especially, since it was only a few days before that I was photographing little green herons and later read about their tool use on the Cornell Bird site.

>Great shots and story,
>
>

Tom

  

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Fri 28-Jun-13 02:22 AM
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Jackson, US
          

Thanks Dave.

>very nice shots. I love the background in #2. I have
>spent many hours in a blind this year photographings the
>Kingfishers and have never seen that behavour either

Photography from a blind it rewarding-just never know what will pop up, do we.

Thanks again,

Tom

  

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Really good series!

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Great Color!!! You really captured the personality of this unique Kingfisher!!

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Jackson, US
          

Thanks you very much, Bob. You brought a smile to my face.

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Great set of pictures that show behavior.

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I am sure it was great observing this behavior Tom. Birds use tools as well. Outstanding series!!

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Jackson, US
          

Thank you, Bill and Vaughn.

Tom

  

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Wow … fabulous images!

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#24. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Jackson, US
          

Hi Dave, thanks for the very nice comment. I'm happy that you like them. There are very few wildlife photographers in my area, so I am grateful that we have this online community in which we can share our work.

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#25. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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These are really nice Tom. This is one bird I really would like to get close to shoot but it never happens.
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#26. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Very nice series indeed Tom - I really like the composition of #2.

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Jackson, US
          

Thanks you Al, I appreciate the nice comment.

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Beautiful shots, thanks for bringing them to the forum. Nice job on exposure.

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Countryboy Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2007Mon 08-Jul-13 02:32 AM
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Jackson, US
          

Hi Tom, Thanks for taking a look. I appreciate the nice comment.

Tom

  

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#28. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Snowsquall, CA
          

Great series.

Report back when then start using line from those little sticks and we may have an argument for advanced bird evolution "fishing rods"
Just kidding, great behaviour from a creature that really hasn't had to evolve much these last million(s) of years.

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#31. "RE: D800 Belted Kingfisher--Little feet, big beak. Using tools?"
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Jackson, US
          

Hi Gerard, thank you. I have been admiring your hummingbird image. Thanks for the nice comment.

Tom

  

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