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The Yorkshire Coast Peregrine Falcons Have Nested.

Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by Glenn Kilpatrick, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Glenn Kilpatrick

    Glenn Kilpatrick Blenny Staff Member

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  3. andym

    andym Rockling

    Absolutely fantastic would love to get up there with the long lens the acrobatic flying would more than likely be food passing strengthening the bond of the pair just hope no unscrupulous types find them
     
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  4. Glenn Kilpatrick

    Glenn Kilpatrick Blenny Staff Member

    We wont be saying where they are, but to be fair they havent nested in the most ideal of locations. One of the other pairs is a lot better hidden, I know where it nests but you cant see in it. Where as this one is visible.
     
  5. Glenn Kilpatrick

    Glenn Kilpatrick Blenny Staff Member

    Do you use a teleconverter thing to double up on your Lens or just shoot at 600 Andy ?? Im just about to order mine.
     
  6. andym

    andym Rockling

    Just use at 600 think the Teleconverters are pretty poor on the zooms but pretty effective on the fixed 600mm lenses but mega money those lenses
     

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