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Pileated Pair #22240
04/21/09 01:15 AM
04/21/09 01:15 AM
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Southern Ohio USA
Randall Offline OP
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My wife Kay and I were all set up in our SUV to shoot some ducks on a local pond from my homemade window support , when wouldn't you know it a pair of pileated woodpeckers came flying in and started working a big tree for ants right smack in from of the car, leaving me no choice but to shoot through the windshield , so this could probably be a little sharper but with these shy guys I take what I can get lol


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Re: Pileated Pair [Re: Randall] #22241
04/21/09 01:35 AM
04/21/09 01:35 AM
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Chama, New Mexico
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Randall nice capture. I have never seen on of these out in the woods.


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Re: Pileated Pair [Re: Wacky roger] #22242
04/21/09 02:12 PM
04/21/09 02:12 PM
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You know I hadn't either even though I hunted in the woods most of growing life ,until I started hunting with a camera I think it just makes us more aware of whats around us .
Thanks


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Re: Pileated Pair [Re: Randall] #22243
04/21/09 05:14 PM
04/21/09 05:14 PM
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west Michigan, USA
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When those woodpeckers fly over you it is amazing how big they really are. Nice shot.


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Re: Pileated Pair [Re: jadlh] #22244
04/28/09 02:09 PM
04/28/09 02:09 PM
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Great capture! We've seen them in our back yard, but it's very rare, and always just one at a time. It's amazing to see the pair together like that!


Geri

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