Monday, July 31, 2017


Being on a family vacation in Europe I didn't invest too much time into bird photography. Though I must say that luck was with my when a Jackdaw landed on a post right in front of me when we were visiting Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark. We saw Jackdaws everywhere we went in Europe. They are quite the intelligent and opportunistic bird. I was quite fascinated with them. They are known as the Western Jackdaw (Corvus monedula) and also known as the Eurasian Jackdaw and European Jackdaw. Most people just seemed to call them simply jackdaw. Jackdaws are a corvid passerine bird member of the crow family. They are found across Europe, western Asia and North Africa. They can be quite boisterous and noisy. Particularly when they would gather in large roosts in late evening before going to sleep. May you have a blessed week, chris This image was created with a Canon 7D MkII and a Tamron 18-200 mm lens at 112mm. the camera settings used were AV mode, ISO 200, F 6.3 at 1/80th of a sec. handheld. #TeamCanon

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