Readers’ wildlife photos

Readers’ wildlife photos

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Why Evolution Is True

We’ll begin (as we often do) with the photos of Stephen Barnard in Idaho, who is following the adventures of his “pet” bald eagles, Desi and Lucy (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), as they prepare to nest and breed. Here are two photos of the pair, with the first an enlargement of the second. There are also camera notes:

This photo was taken with Lou Jost’s favorite camera, the Panasonic DMC-FZ200. I really like the sharpness of this camera, even hand-held at 600mm (equivalent) and full automatic mode. Plus, it weighs almost nothing. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a relatively inexpensive, flexible camera (about $600).

Professor Ceiling Cat also has a Panasonic Lumix (not the FZ200), and I love it. It has a Leica lens as well. The DMCFZ200 recommended by Stephen and Lou is now only $399 at Amazon.

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Desi and Lucy

A red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), with Barnard’s title, “The last thing…

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