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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Checking each other out

The Santa Rita Lodge in Madera Canyon has a number of feeder set up for guests and non-guests alike. Interupting the Arizona (or Strickland's) Woodpecker's meal is a Gray-Breasted (Mexican) Jay.
Canon 20D - 1/100th, 300mm @ f/11, ISO 800


Blogger Jim said...

Great shots - I've taken bird pix in Madera Canyon before, but only as a byproduct of going hiking there or having a picnic. I haven't taken my 20D there yet either.... Did you take any of the trails or did you just stay around the picnic areas? I was just wondering if the trails are open after the fire last year yet. - Jim.

9:00 PM  
Blogger Richard said...

We didn't go up to the end of the road, only going to Madera Kubo to see the Flame-colored Tanager. We did spend some time along the trail along the creek from the lodge back down to our cars.

10:17 PM  

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