|Agelaius phoeniceus (Red-winged Blackbird)|
Red Wing Blackbirds were quite common in the Marsh - you could easily see two or three at any time. I thought it would be handy to have a photo of a Red Winged Blackbird in similar light, but it turns out they aren't closely related to Yellow Headed Blackbirds.
|Altitude:||3m (9 feet)|
|Date:||Sunday, May 22nd, 2016 at 2:56 PM|
|Exposure:||1/400 sec at f6.3|
|Exposure Compensation:||851 ev|
|Lens:||400mm f2.8G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR + TC-20E III
With cropping (you see 44% of the image as shot), this lens is effectively a 1199mm lens on a 35mm camera
|Region:||North America, Canada, British Columbia, Metro Vancouver, Richmond, Iona Beach|
|Scientific Name:||species related to Agelaius phoeniceus (Red-winged Blackbird)|
|Tag:||bird, Iona Beach Regional Park|
|Larger image:||1333 x 1999|
|Raw image:||3275 x 4912|
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