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Showing a Pair of White Feathers by Wolf Read

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A pair of white feathers is visible in this pose of a male Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus). Reifel Bird Sanctuary, BC, 21 Sep 2009.

Canon Rebel XSi (450D)
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM
Canon EF 1.4x II Extender
1/400, f/8, -1/3, ISO 200, 280mm, hand held

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bush, sunshine, shrub, avian, bc, perch, blue sky, british columbia, red winged blackbird, canon camera, agelaius phoeniceus, class aves, canon rebel xsi, order passeriformes, reifel bird sanctuary, canon ef 70 200mm f 4l usm, canon ef 1 4x ii extender, genus agelaius, family icteridae, bird, canada

I am a natural historian and published author, illustrator and photographer. I also take photography commissions and have had a wonderful time with a recent project for the University of British Columbia Farm. Many thanks for visiting my little space here on RedBubble, and thank you also for your purchases—they are very much appreciated.

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Comments

  • TheFae
    TheFaealmost 5 years ago

    Is this one not a female? Sure is perty!

  • Thanks, Liane. This one is definitely a male. See the neighboring photo for a look at a camouflage-patterned female.

    – Wolf Read

  • redladyart
    redladyartalmost 5 years ago

    Wow a beauty! Nice capture! :)

  • Thanks, Sharon. This guy did not want to move, and allowed me to take a long series of photos.

    – Wolf Read

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