Florida Birding Festival – St. Augustine – Day 3

With the Leica 100 – 400 mm broken and not sure of how the GH5 would perform I decided to take the G85 with the new Lumix 100 – 300 mm lens for this morning’s shoot.  A big thank you to Tom Curley, Panasonic for overnighting me tis lens – it is most appreciated.  I am very pleased with the performance of this lens and for the price it is truly worth it.

Here are some images all captured with this kit.

Roseate Spoonbill a bit confused with all the photographers so early in the AM.


Even the ugly Wood Stork must preen


Nest ready – its time for making babies.


Roseate Spoonbill Preening


Wood Stork with nesting material.


Great Egret with nesting material flies over.


Not sure who this twig is for.


Breeding Plumage – Snowy Egret


Tending its Nest – Snowy Egret


Large twigs for the Spoonbill’s nest


Ready to deliver – Roseate Spoonbill nest building


What’s that itch?

Courtship Stretch


A juvenile Galapagos Tortoise

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