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PIC OF THE WEEK: 01/11/16 • PREVIOUS WEEKALL 2016 PICSNEXT WEEK

Where: Richmond, VA • Glidewell Rd.
Notes: Robins are common in gardens, city parks, suburban yards, golf courses, open fields, pastures, tundra, as well as deciduous woodlands and pine forests. Robins are a joy to watch as they bound across the grass in a short sprint, stopping abruptly to stand erect and to survey their foraging grounds for a juicy earthworm, beetle grub or caterpillar. They also eat fruits, and berries. In the winter months, they nomadically roam the United States in large flocks searching for trees and bushes that bare heavy amounts of fruit. Flocking together provides social connectivity as well as a factor of safety. When a predator is discovered, the entire group can be alerted. Their range covers nearly all of the North American Continent, including the United States, Canada, Alaska and most of Mexico. At around ten inches long, the Robin is the largest member of the Thrush family in North America. Other Thrushes include: Bluebirds, Veery, Hermit Thrush, Swanson’s Thrush, Grey-cheeked Thrush, Wood Thrush and a few more. Their arrival to our neighborhood lawns towards the end of winter, is associated with the approach of spring. It’s as if they are ambassadors of the warmer days to come.

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Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark III • Canon 400mm f-5.6 Prime USM L Series Lens • Gitzo Series 3 Tripod • Wimberly Head WH-101 • Remote Shutter Release
Exposure: Shutter Speed = 1/500 second • Aperture = f-9 • Exposure Mode = Aperture Priority • Focus Mode: One Shot • Lens (Focal) Length = 400 mm • ISO = 3200 • Aprox. Camera Distance = ~13 Feet • Date Shot: 11-13-15

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