Rickman

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About Rickman

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    Way too many!

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  • About Me:
    Retired Army, Missing the Jersey surf here in the far upper reaches of the Chessy.
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    God and family; fishing and photography
  • What I do for a living:
    Retired and enjoying life as "Papa". Oh, and fishing and photography.

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  1. Remember, in Monkeypox, the "K" is silent.
  2. I have yet to see and Red-headed. I've had 5 different types but not a Red.
  3. Looks like a fine group of Amish boys.
  4. I had my first Piliated at the feeders today. I always thought that if I got one it would be on the suet, but he was on seeds. He kept looking up and ducking because my Mama and Daddy Bluebirds kept dive bombing him. I include a Blue Jay for size comparison.
  5. Fully automated if it can completely control your camera. It does not directly control my Nikons as far as changing the focus settings so it will guide you step by step, take a pic, tell you to change the setting. Once done, hit enter. It will take the next pic and repeat. At the end it will tell you the optimal setting.
  6. No, no clue.
  7. They are around here too, I just never had one come in to the feeders. The closest was to a stump in my neighbors yard, but the new neighbor had the stump removed last year. I hear and see them back in the woods behind the house but never in camera range.
  8. My first Piliated at the feeder. He kept looking up and ducking because my Mama and Daddy Bluebirds kept dive bombing him. I include a Blue Jay for size comparison.
  9. Look who came to lunch. First Piliated Woodpecker I've ever had at my feeders. I haven't taken the real pictures off the camera yet. Surprisingly, at least to me, he was eating seeds and not suet.
  10. I do Nikon but used it on both my D850 and D500. With the 500mm and the 150-600 I take it outside weather permitting. I set the computer and camera on tripod just inside the garage (out of the glare) and put the target on a stand in the drive way.
  11. I have the Pro version and love it. Made an amazing difference.
  12. Great Hummer shots sunobskt.