Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: Common Snipe

For more information about my snipe, go here.


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18 comments:

  1. Great shots. What type of camera do you have? How far were you?

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  2. Wow! That's a really long beak! Neat!

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  3. Please accept this comment that says nothing as my humble silence as I admire your very fine work.

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  4. As ever you bird photos are wonderful! Happy WW

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  5. Gorgious photos ! makes me wordless !

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  6. Amazing pictures! Thanks for providing the link to more information about the snipe. I wondered about that long beak and now I understand it...the better to find and swallow grubs!

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  7. I didn't know there was really a bird called "snipe"- I thought that was just a joke people played on newbies around the camp site- snipe hunting...

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  8. These are fantasic shots of the snipe! Well done to you...and thanks for sharing. I only ever see these birds along the coast in Britain...and often not as close as these pics :)

    Wanna come and see my little frog video?

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  9. As always, you shots are fabulous. Like Sandy, I will just go and admire them now.

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  10. i love these shots. very interesting looking bird. great job!

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  11. Very good shots of the English Snipe. Thanks for sharing the facts of them :)

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  12. Very nice images. You did a good job.

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  13. Beautiful shots!

    Are all of the kitties shown in your sidebar your own? I have 5 in my house, currently, some of whom belong to my "adult" kids.

    Thanks for visiting my blog, and I do hope you'll pop in again.

    Peace - D

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  14. Wow! Very big lens!!
    In my homeland this bird chasing with big mania!
    It comes finally the autumn, and the hunters they have educated dogs in order to they easily find these beautiful birds in in the bushes in the forests!

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  15. I really like your pictures. They are beautiful.

    Is that a hint of snow I see with the snipe?

    Surely Not's owner

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  16. Cool snipe shots!

    My major professor in the Wildlife program studied woodcocks and coyotes.

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