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Sunday, July 22, 2007

Another view of the Rufous

As I expected, this bird is most likely a female Rufous. On suggestion by Dr. George C. West, co-founder of the Hummingbird Monitoring Network, I checked though all of my images of her and didn't get any where she extended her tail feathers. Other than a fortuitous image of that, you actually have to have the bird in hand to make a positive ID.

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Canon 20D - 1/320th second, 500mm @ f/ 8, ISO 3200

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