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Masked Lawing With Worm
Photo By Richard Taylor

  • Title: Masked Lawing With Worm
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Australia
  • Nearest Area: Suburban Sydney
  • Nearest Town: St Ives
  • Brief Directions: Adjacent to Memorial Avenue, St Ives, which is on Ring Road 3 (Mona Vale Road), 18km (north) from Sydney CBD (downtown)
  • Notes: The village green and some of the adjacent streets are a great spot for shooting urban bird life especially during the first couple of hours after sunrise. They are used to people and a relatively easy to approach.
  • Description: Early morning; Masked lapwing feeding on one of the playing fields
  • Gear: Canon 40D with Canon 100-400 lens
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