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A stroll to Kawishiwi Falls

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Took a short break today and hiked out to Kawishiwi Falls. Just had my 100-400 mm so didn't get falls shot, but had a couple of encounters along the way:

Came across a ripe willow bush full of white throated sparrows:

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And then had a pileated just about land in my lap - almost full frame:

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Canon 40D, 100-400 mm ISO 400 f/6.3 and shutter at about 1/400th for the sparrow and at 1/1250 for the woodpecker

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Wow Ken, that woodpecker is great! Really nice.

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Like em both. Great work.

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Hey grandpa finnbay sam said he really likes the pic of the

"woodcocker" ha ha! Also to catch him so fish to eat.

GOOD LUCK

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Wow, that pileated is awesome. I didn't realize that Kawishiwi river even had a falls.

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Nice pictures, I have yet to catch one of those pileateds on camera.

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Thanks, Sam (and all). Will do my best to get some fish tomorrow!

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Nice walk! Good stuff Ken.

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