Birds taken with the Tamron 150-600mm lens
I went to Sri Lanka to test my Tamron 150-600mm lens in the wild. In every corner you will find some animal just waiting for its photo opportunity. Like the bird seen above, it was very calm and did not mind getting photographed. The bird is a green bee-eater.
The pictures above are showing a purple Heron, cattle Egrets, Little Cormorant, Grey Heron, Intermediate Egret and a purple Heron flying.
A little purple swamphen is in the picture above. I was lucky to get a picture of it before it ran away. This was from the Bundala national park, a bird sanctuary.
A fight between 2 males that both wants to have the little island behind them with one female. The birds are called White-breasted Waterhen.
Most of the pictures are not from a national park. These birds can be found in the wild anywhere in Sri Lanka.
Posted on June 11, 2014, in Photos, Tamron 150-600mm and tagged birds, birds fight, Bundala national park, canon 70D, darter, egret, exotic, green bee-eater, kingfisher, picture, purple heron, Sri Lanka, Tamron, tamron 150-600, White-breasted Waterhen, wildlife. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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