Birds Of Regents Park

PochardPochard

Pochard

Golden EyeGolden Eye

Ring Necked ParakeetRingf Neckec Parakeet

ScaupScaup

ShovelerShoveler

White Fronted GooseWhite Fronted Goose

Canada GeeseCanada Geese

Great Crested GrebeGreat Crested Grebe

12 Replies to “Birds Of Regents Park”

    1. I set my camera to manual mode and then use continuous auto focus. That means that I can track the birds and my camera sorts out the focus. I use burst mode so I can shoot 10 frames per second. And I wait. Sometimes I wait for a couple of hours for a bird to decide to fly off. It really is a patient process.

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