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Black-bellied Plover pulling worm out from the ground – part I

October 15, 2013
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Following series of photographs, of a Black-bellied Plover (Pluvialis squatarola), was taken at Sandy Hook Gateway National Recreaction Area, Highlands, New Jersey this past Summer. This was my first time photographing Black-bellied Plovers pulling such a long worms out from the ground. As you can imagine, I took a lot of photographs that day and will post this particular series in two parts.

I hope you’ll enjoy it (click on any image to view it larger):

New Jersey Bird Photography - Black-bellied Plover pulling worm out of the sand at Sandy Hook, NJ - Canon 1dX 600mm II IS f/4 1.4x extender

Photograph taken with a 1Dx camera and 600mm f/4 lens II + 1.4x extender III – for larger view and EXIF data, please click on the image

New Jersey Bird Photography - Black-bellied Plover pulling worm out of the sand at Sandy Hook, NJ - Canon 1dX 600mm II IS f/4 1.4x extender

Photograph taken with a 1Dx camera and 600mm f/4 lens II + 1.4x extender III – for larger view and EXIF data, please click on the image

New Jersey Bird Photography - Black-bellied Plover pulling worm out of the sand at Sandy Hook, NJ - Canon 1dX 600mm II IS f/4 1.4x extender

Photograph taken with a 1Dx camera and 600mm f/4 lens II + 1.4x extender III – for larger view and EXIF data, please click on the image

Do you have a favorite photo? Let me know in the comments section…

For more photographs, please visit my main blog: www.GregGard.com/blog

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