Black Necked Stilt in a Golden Pond

Post on April 20, 2014 Black-necked Stilt BirdsShorebird

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Village Creek Drying Bed at Arlington Texas is the only place i know of you can get killer shots of Black Necked Stilt in North Dallas area when the condition is right. During the hot summer, the beds are drying up, gradually shrink to small puddles where shorebirds congregate and feed in one spot. That’s the time the mudflat is most productive though the smell of dead animate and waste from sewage system is rather unbearable.

  • Canon, EOS 1D Mark IV
  • EF 500mm F4L IS USM
  • ISO 640, 1/2000, F5.6 ,700mm
  • Village Creek. Arlington, TX
  • July 07, 2012
Black Necked Stilt in a Golden Pond

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