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Author 'Gilbair' (Id 227664 ) : This photo is of a guessing game relatively easy, I think. It represents the 'stars' at the bottom of a pond to Montricher. But what is it exactly ?
Camera Pentax K5 with zoom 300 mm
EXIF : IMGP7791. JPG ; Date : 16. 07. 2016; Model=PENTAX K-5; Artist=G. BENZONANA ; Copyright : G. B ; Exposure Time=1/640 sec FNumber=F8. 0; ISO=320; Focal Length=97. 50 mm.

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> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 03, 2016
I too would opt for traces of a wader, but, of course, without knowing the identity.
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 18, 2016
I would have also said that they were the footprints of a large wader, but I don't know which. for the game.
> Gilbair >Reply Jul 18, 2016
Thank you for your visit and for these precise explanations. The place where was taken this photo is frequented by roe deer, foxes and grey herons (I saw all this little world from time to time but not sets). I've never seen another wader in this area, I therefore opt for this bird, but I have no certainty. As there are a lot of frogs, it must come from time to time make a lunch.
 > Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Jul 19, 2016
If you know of places and you've seen the grey heron it is possible that this is of this bird it's not 100%. Thank you for the info.
> Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 18, 2016
For me that often examines the imprints of the traces and clues left by the game in the forest, I'm going to say that it is the fingerprint of a wader. This could be a coot It must be a good specialist to identify the bird that left these traces. It is an art and a passion for interesting. I was able to in this way (with feces) to identify traces of the passage of a badger. Good research ; and if you know what exactly it is, I'm interested.
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