I live in a mid terraced single storey house. My front door leads to the pathway between the house in front of mine. My backdoor leads to a small garden. My late wife (Susan) and I planned it to attract birds, butterflies etc.The garden usually gets a makeover at the end of February/beginning of March. Within the area are three bird tables and five birdfeeders .
Since 2000 the garden feeders has attracted many birds whilst I had time to watch them I never could take photographs.
This changed in 2005 when I bought my first ever digital camera a point and shoot simple look, press button Nikon Coolpix 7900 which led to a Pentax *istds DSLR then Pentax K10D. I eventually came to rely on a Canon 60D fitted with a Sigma 150-500 APO Zoom lens to photograph the birds that visited my feeder stations, until that was stolen last year. Since then I’ve used a Nikon D7100 with Sigma 150-500 zoom. Today I bought a new Sigma 150-600 zoom Canon fit and testing with Canon 500D. I’m thinking about buying a Canon 90D this month, I’ll decide when I finish testing the Canon 500D and the Sigma 100-600 zoom combination.