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Author 'Domi_desbiolles' (Id 74566 ) : A jay caught in a light that I would call the miserable! I fired at noon at f / 5. 6 1600 ISO at 1 / 800 sec released. Without being a masterpiece far away, there are many this elegant corvid.

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EXIF : Camera: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL | Objectif: Sigma 170-500mm F/5-6.3 DG APO
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> DODO >Reply Jun 06, 2011
HELLO. Superb photographs, I found a jay in my garden for 3 days I would mix the rice, meat and boiled egg yolk and the gave the syringe, he is okay but I'm looking for how to feed him.
> >Reply Mar 24, 2010
I love this bird that I have the opportunity to see and that I miss with many others - I never managed to photograph, they are too bright.
> Poudu >Reply Jan 14, 2010
Hello, I wonder if the Jays return to the same nest each year? Thank you.
 > Domi_desbiolles >Reply
Jan 14, 2010
Hello! I'm no expert, but jay is a corvid corvids and doing like most birds, moreover, a new nest each year, I think it is no exception to the rule ... Thank passage.
> >Reply Aug 03, 2009
Hello we need not look for Jay, he came to visit us at home by chance. We found the ground not moving I have not caught, he apparently has a broken leg, we will try to treat him.
> Gipsy34 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Feb 20, 2009
Unfortunately I've never been able to photograph one, I regret deeply, they are so fast we did not have time to put them in boxes.
> Alain >Reply Feb 13, 2009
Hats off to animal photographers: the results are perfect.
> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Dec 04, 2008
Not easy to photograph jays, for me the image is good. : 3:
> Candy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 02, 2008
Hello, I find your photo pretty well and Jay has a pretty plumage. Not easy to take small birds. Bravo. Good evening.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 02, 2008
: 1: This' Skrækskaði (Garrulus glandarius) is clear and it boasts a very beautiful plumage. Belle development: Bravo and thank you. : 3:
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 02, 2008
The light may be miserable but the result is not! Never had the opportunity to take the bird, bravo for the feat: 15: What does it in its beak? : 3:
> Pazairdegipt [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Dec 02, 2008
In this photo you deserve to have, take a photo jay, which is far from easy. For the quality, I agree with your comments. I think the long focal length must be for many. I do not know EXIF but the bird, unless you are on the lookout ...
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