A white breasted nuthatch is a small elusive bird that darts up, down and sideways around tree trunks and branches probing the bark for food.
As I continue to practice for my African safari, it seems that I am blessed with the smallest and jumpiest of North American birds. This nuthatch measures 5 inches and is a bundle of raw energy that never seems to stop moving.
I’ve tried lowering ISO, but I get too much motion blur. I’m back to 3200 ISO on this one … with a lot of cropping even with 560mm new lens. Welcome any of your suggestions on capturing these small fidgety targets.
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