Green Parrots in South Florida

 
 
 
Green Parrots in South Florida

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – OLETA RIVER STATE PARK, FL

This photograph is of wild green parrots taken near Oleta River State Park in Sunny Isles, Florida. The camera used was a Nikon D90 with a Tamron 28-300mm lens.

Subject Photo exif Data

  • Aperture - ƒ/8
  • Camera - NIKON D90
  • Date Created - February 21, 2011, 7:52 am
  • Focal length - 85mm
  • Iso - 2500
  • Shutter speed - 1/125
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18 Comments

 
  1. Alan S Hochman Photography (@Photobug52) says:

    Green Parrots in South Florida http://t.co/2HoSE9a via @photobug52

  2. Richard Warwick (@RichardWarwick) says:

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  3. Marshall.D says:

    Outstanding photo Alan :)

  4. Kurtis Marsh (@kurtismarsh) says:

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  5. Baby Wenas (@babyfwenas) says:

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  6. Anonymous says:

    Nature is beautiful!

  7. Marthe Neda Gonthier (@ghazamfar) says:

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  8. Marthe Neda Gonthier (@ghazamfar) says:

    @Sannri You found your family :)) http://snup.us/aA

  9. S. Tan 三里 (@Sannri) says:

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  10. SwampMud says:

    Simply amazing photography

  11. Sharon.Levinson says:

    Unbelievable work. I love parrots!

  12. Isobel says:

    Lovely pic. They look as if they’ve measured their distances from each other sitting on the wires, with the gaps between them wingspan space I suppose. Reminds me of children’s book ‘Where is the green parrot?’ :) Great photo, as usual.

  13. Joseph Alsarraf says:

    They blend in nicely with the green trees!

  14. Nanette Russo says:

    Hi Alan, Those 3 green parrots are a beautiful close up shot. they look animated, like they are waiting to see a movie or something, and their green feathers blend in with the trees. Great close up shot. Do you use a long close up lens with your Nikon camera? Happy photo days. Nanette

  15. Grape Notes: Wine inspiration from my own garden in The Grove « The Bacchanalian Experience says:

    [...] trees are home to all sorts of very vocal birds. But, they are nirvana to all the local tropical parrots …  exuberant, colorful birds that squawk loudly — as they happily nibble on the grapes [...]

  16. They’re beautiful! Great shot, I almost feel like I’m right there…

  17. Suzanne says:

    What kind of parrot is this? Do they have a name?

 

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